Well, I've been trying to sell my two balls for awhile now. They were both shipped to me. The male ate right after being shipped and the female skipped. I have someone who is planning on picking them up this Saturday, but, I sent them an email to forewarn them about snakes skipping a feed after a major stress (shipping, traveling for two hours and getting a completely new home, etc), now they're "panicking" about it. I'm starting to wonder if I should rehome them or just hold onto them until someone else comes along. I'm a firm believer in researching anything before bringing it home. Long before I had them shipped to me, I knew about the stress making them skip feeding. I'm just in a toss-up. I really need to rehome these guys, but it's not worth it if the new owners aren't going to bother with research. Should I be turned off of the sale over this, or is it possible that they simply didn't "catch" that bit of info while researching, and really DO know enough to be a good new home? *Sigh* So... what would everyone else do in this situation?