Hello, another problem has arisen. My ball now at 18 in. long is refusing food. She had a full and healthy shed on Nov.8 (its now nov.19) and ate that same day after the shed. I fed her a frozen-thawed fuzzy. Since she don't want to eat a week after that meal, I spoke with a friend and we decided to try feeding her live, since she has a such a slow feeding response. We got a live hopper and tired feeding her which was a failure. She was barely interested in the animal and simply wrapped around it loosely and basically dozed off. after that, I thought that maybe the hopper was too big for her, since she is a very petite snake. A few days after the live feeding I decided to go back to frozen thawed fuzzies. She was very interested but didn't eat. It has now been 11 days since her last meal and I fear that this isn't normal behavior for such a young snake. Her enclosure is perfect, she has 60-70% humidity at all times, a 95 degree basking area and 85 degree cool area and two hides in which she moves back and forth from depending on the time of day. She is a very chill, adventurous and quirky snake who likes being handled and has never shown any signs of aggression under any circumstances. She isn't even slightly head-shy. Ive included some pictures for your reference.