A vet? My mom recently met a vet at her allergist. Somehow they started talking about my pet corn snakes. I had them for a few years in high school, and then went away to college. I obviously couldn't have them in the dorms. My roommate would have hated me hah :. So they stopped getting attention (my mom kept up with feeding them), and then I got into this whole reef ordeal lol which btw is so much cooler 8). Her son's birthday was coming up, and my mom said that she could have them for free to give to her son, as long as she took them both in and didn't separate them because they are friends lol. The second time we lost them in our house, we found one, but the other went down a vent. My dad sat next to the vent for like 2 or 3 days with a dead mouse and a heater, blowing the smell into the vent hahah. It was probably gone for two or three weeks. The one we had found wouldn't eat until the other was back. They were about $70 bucks each when I got them, and they grew to probably 5x the size, so who knows how much they were worth. We gave her the tank, heater, extra mice, a bag of substrate, the lights, and everything we had for them. I believe this vet owes me a favor!! ;D I have to find her number! We also have a vet that comes to our house for my crazy cat, because our previous vet told us not to bring her back. She's crazy but we love her . He just came to our house last week, and will be calling us back with her blood test results because he thinks she has a thyroid problem.. :-/ All these connections, what to do, what to do.