Hi everyone, So my brand new octopus (Abdopus sp.) finally ventured out of hiding last night, and I decided to attempt feeding it. It was very enthusiastic about the shrimp.... but due to me having a bad viewpoint, and my stick not fitting in there exactly how I wanted, I scared him further into hiding. I ended up losing the piece of shrimp into his hidey hole, and I wasn't able to retrieve it. Then I anxiously sat there for an hour, hoping he'd pick up the food and eat it. Once a couple hermit crabs started munching on it, he wrestled it away from them and chowed down. I couldn't see his face or mantle, but I saw arms going wild in there after her pulled the food under him, so I'm guessing he enjoyed it? Anyways, I was wondering what everyone uses as a feeding stick. I had used a bamboo skewer, but I had problems getting it to his location due to my rock set up. I almost need something flexible, but rigid enough to hold it's shape, so that I can bend it to how I need it. Does anyone use something like this, or have better tips on how to go about this? Thanks in advance!