Hey everyone. A while back I took on two sick carpet pythons. One of them is just coming out of a nasty case of respiratory infection. She shed not long ago and took her first feed after eight or so months. She appears to be quite hungry, but prefers to take small items that are left on the floor of her enclosure. Doesn't care much for rodents, but loves chicken. I took her out for some sunshine today and I noticed that her locomotion's quite strange. When she stretches out she'll curve the middle part of her body off the ground. Her neck also appears to be quite weak. It's hard to explain, but its movement seems to be somewhat restricted, even rigid. She can lift her head up while on the ground, but when you're holding her she can't stretch out and move to another obstacle. She'll try, but it looks as though she doesn't have the strength to keep it up for long. I hope this makes sense. My contact with the two unwell pythons has been kept to a bare minimum, so I haven't had as much opportunity to observe them as I'd like. They're in a separate room that I don't usually go in. I've been cleaning, treating, and watering them, and that's the extent of my contact with them. They're kept on heat 24/7 at the moment, 38-40°C hot spot and 25°C for the cool end. Yes, I am planning on taking her to the vet. I was hoping to do it today actually, but the local reptile vet doesn't get back until next week. Any ideas what this could possibly be?