First off wanted to say hey to everyone, I am new to this forum thing but know I will love it. Anyway I recently purchased a borneo blood about a month ago now. When I got her she seemed to be a little under weight. I say this because her back bone was a little more profound than normal. I have since fattened her her up and she looks great. She has already had a shed since Ive had her home. She is about 2 ft long and I have her in a 40 gallon critter cage with 2 hides and 2 water dishes, one on each side of the cage. I am using cypress mulch for bedding and have part of the cage covered with a towel but I can not keep the humidity up at 60%. It is usually stays around 38% even with misting several times a day and I know that is not good for them but when I do mist it will jump to around 90% then slowly fall down over the next couple hours. Any suggetstions on how to keep it steady? I also have some moss in there as well and still nothing. Another concern is her stool. She was a little impacted and when I got that out it was a foul odor of liquid followed by a medium sized yellow and white ball. Ever since then every time I hold her this is what comes out. I have yet to see a brown hard stool. Is this normal for them. I had heard they usually only have a bowel movement 2-3 times a year. I have owned a ball python before and thier stool almost looked like a humans and this is why this worried me. I have never seen this before. Even my corn snake has a brown solid stool. Sorry for the long post but I'm a little concerened. Any help or reply would be greatly appreciated.