Hi, about two months ago I accidentally left my snake cage unlatched and to my horror my two and half year old desert kingsnake escaped. After realizing it was gone I tore my house apart looking for it but could not find it anywhere! I tried the flour trick and I placed live pinky mice in boxes around the house to draw it out but to no avail. Now, a two months later, I open the front door to find a snake sitting there (outside)! It looked exactly like my snake only much larger. It is way thicker and more muscular and looks like it went through a major growth spurt! To the point that I had difficulty believing it was my snake at first, but I compared it to old photos and its marking are identical and when I gave it a frozen mouse it ate it immediately. Not something a wild snake would do. It has not grown so much in two months the entire time I had it though. Have I not been feeding it correctly? I usually feed two to three pinkys a week. Now it looks too big to eat pinkys, but before it looked too small to eat anything bigger. I was a bit concerned before that it was two years old and still so small. Now I'm concerned that it apparently was better off as a wild snake! My question, why might it have grown so much?