Advertisement I have been struggling to keep my fangless Theraphosinae sp. Panama adult female alive until her next moult. I have been alternating between giving her bug soup and giving her a large cricket/horn worm/silk worm with it's guts opened up. She really likes having the bug over the bug soup and tries to masticate it with her fangs and does her happy dance. The problem is that the prey is not being broken down that much by digestive fluids... if at all. I am not getting enough food into her. She is getting skinny and she only moulted in June. She is too small for me to cup and syringe feed. I have an adult mouse that I am going to throw away, because my snake wouldn't eat them. It's a frozen/thawed mouse that I currently have in the fridge. What I want to know is... what is the best way to go about giving her parts of this mouse? Do I give her actual limbs to eat, or do I give her guts in a soup? Do you think she would eat them?