She's trying to tell you she needs stable things that don't move to hang on to when you see her so tightly hugging rolling cans and remotes that slide under her weight. The more secure things are that she crawls over, the more she'll be open to being handled with ease and the more into people she'll be. If snakes are constantly jostled around or left to crawl on things that are constantly moving, they get nervous and that will eventually have consequences in her behaviour when she decides she's had enough of it. It's very much against the nature of a snake to have things constantly moving under them. Just a little food for thought :)
TODD 25 Years of Commitment and Responsibility in Private Herpetoculture
Its one of her hides from her housing she had literally just come out of it. It did have something wither side of it to stop it wobbling about as she came out she decided once out to try and crawl over it though lol. I went straight onto handling
She is one Ian Kerr's She was born with one blind eye and an offset jaw.
Shes very people friendly too loves nothing more than to be out and about basking (using myself and others as a basking branch lol)
Mamma. Location: Dundee
2.0.0 cornsnakes 1.1.0 kingsnakes 0.1.0 western hognose 0.1.0 hog island boa
wishlist: Arizona mountain kingsnake. Tricoloured, western hognose, Thayers kingsnake...pretty much MOAR kingsnakes