I just bought a baby ball python, he is completely healthy and other than wanting to hide when I feed him I have not had an issue with him. When I purchased him I asked what I should feed him and the guy said that I could pick up fuzzy mice from them and that he should be eating those. He said to feed them to him live, I didn't ask why and the next time I came in the owner (who helped me set Sal up) wasn't around so I didn't ask. I'd imagine that he should be fed live in case of the possibility that he is fed live in the future? Or maybe to keep him interested in eating so that he doesn't go off food? But that is only the lead up to my question, how would I go about feeding him on frozen fuzzy mice as well as bringing him up to other feeders as well? What is a recommended way to persuade him that frozen is something that could be eaten? I thoroughly want to feed him frozen 1. because when he gets larger it is safer for him and 2. so that I can buy in bulk and not need to make frequent trips to the store (and the pet shop offers better deals when you buy more than 1 fuzzy). Any thoughts are much appreciated.