Hello all, I rescued a Macklot's python roughly a month ago and have seen a great deal of improvement with him. When I picked him up he was roughly 30inches long, and about the thickness of a dime (His ribs were clearly visible). I took him to the vet and they weighed him at about 105grams, I also had him sexed and picked up medication for his mite infestation. Currently he is about the size of a nickle, and he has grown at least an inch. My question: I have a snake the size of a nickle at his widest point, about 30-32 inches long, and I am currently feeding him 2 rat pinks every five days, Do you believe I should be feeding him more? Less? More frequently? He's eating rat pinks because they appear to be the largest food items I can realistically feed him. Thanks, Additional Info: I have posted on other forums and received "feed him whenever he will take food as a response"....... he's a Macklot's python They will eat just about anything you put in front of them, whenever you try to feed them. This snake is two years old. And he's about the size of a hatchling, just a little thicker and much longer. The guy who had him before me bought him from a breeder when he was a week old and fed him one mouse pink every week.