Some of you are familiar with my ongoing battle to get my ball python to eat. I took her to a reptile vet to have her checked over and she was found to be completly healthy (save for a fecal sample, since I couldn't get one). The vet recommended turning my heat up to see if those few extra degrees gets a response. I changed all the substrate out, since it had not been done yet, and put down paper towels. Recently she has kept her neck in an S shape up off the ground, and is more jumpy when I touch her. She's not acting like she's about to shed. Could this be that feeding response I've been waiting for? Hot side air temps are about 90, and she has multipul hot spots, none below 80, none over 100, on the side. Cool side is more around 80 or so, maybe a little less since she keeps knocking my thermometers down.