Help! Our new BP, little Monty, isn't eating... I know this isn't earth-shaking news to experienced BP owners. He's about 4-5 months old, 52cm (20") long and weighed 116 grams when we got him. We've had him for 1 week and unfortunately he was due to be fed the day after we bought him. (I suppose I should've insisted he be fed before I took him home, but my BRB is such an easy eater, that I didn't expect any problems.) Now it's been 2 weeks since his last meal and he's starting to look skinny and he's lost 2 grams (from 116 to 114) His skin is sagging a bit and his spine is very prominent. He has not defecated and has only urinated once since we got him. I saw him drink once. He seems alert and calm -- not stressed out at all. I know he's had a lot to adjust to (including converting from live to F/T) but I really don't want to feed him live: he's already been bit! I've even put down a sheet over his substrate so that I could feed him inside his terrarium as I thought moving him to a feeding box might already stress him out too much. He seems healthy, but I've noticed something else: some of his scales seemed to be getting damaged. I'm not sure if that's normal, from climbing all over his new grapevine branch or if there's something really wrong with him. I've looked at them closely (for mites or ticks, but couldn't see anything.)They just seemed pushed up in places with a bump underneath them and some on the belly side seemed a bit tattered. They seem tender: when I run my finger over them, he pulls away. I don't know if there is a connection here between this and his not eating. We haven't really left him alone as much as we probably should have, with the feeding attempts and new terrarium move, etc. But how long can such a little guy go without food? If it were Talyn, I wouldn't worry for at least 3 months, but this is really frustrating! Any tips, ideas????