Two weeks ago my sand boa regurgitated a pinkie the day after I fed it. I checked the heating and I figured that she did so because the temperature was too hot. I researched about regurgitation and someone suggested that I try feeding her half of a frozen pinkie. The following week I made sure the temperature stayed between 86-92 and tried to feed her but she refused to eat. I asked the pet store to give me a really small pinkie and she ate it on Sunday. I have another sand boa that spends most of his time on the heating pad area after he's eaten. I'm curious why my female sand boa won't do so. I know she did the week she regurgitated because the pinkie was on the heating area and it stunk up my whole room. I had to scrub it multiple times to get rid of the putrid smell. After that incident she doesn't lay on the heating area anymore. She stays on the areas outside of it. I'm watching the temperature very closely to make sure it stays between 86-92. She hasn't regurgitated yet so I'm relieved. Any thoughts? It's probably nothing but I'm worried about her because I purchased her 4 weeks ago from someone who wasn't able to properly care for her.