Hi there! Hoping someone can help! I have had a baby corn snake, Crowley, for almost two months now. He was absolutely tiny when I got him, but now measures around 30-35cm. He has a teensy head and a rather thin body. I have been feeding him one baby pinkie mouse ever since he was adopted, once a week. However, a few days ago, I visited my local reptile store as I needed to pick up a new batch of mice. The guy there was unable to find the baby pinkies - so he said that I should go a size up to a large pinkie mouse which seemed pretty huge in comparison to my snake. I was hesitant, especially when he kept trying to get me to buy fuzzies and shrugging at me as though I was an idiot when I argued that he was still too young to stuff down a fuzzy mouse, being so small. Anyway, what I waned to know is whether he should be on the larger pinkies yet, or still on the smaller ones? Crowley actually seemed a little freaked out when I gave him one of the bigger babies. He just kept striking at it and really took a long while to get it down. To those of you who have owned corns before, can you give me some advice, as I don't want to over/under feed him? Thank you!