Advertisement A friend of mine owns a Rosy Boa that he didn't know how to take care. I've taken it off his hands before it dies. Apparently it has been kept at 60 degrees F or lower and hasn't eaten in 18 months (his claim, not sure if thats even possible). As you can see from the pictures, the snake has a bad shed and is very under fed. Its been very lethargic, and is always curled up like you can see. I would guess that the bad shed and poor temperature has to do with it. Game plan is soak it in warm water with a couple drops of olive oil to assist the shed, and keep it 75 Degrees and up. Once thats done I'm gonna figure out what it will eat. Start with F/T Pinky, if that doesn't work try live, and if that fails try a night crawler. If there any experts in the house I'd love some advice and input. Thanks!