I'm out of town and the pet sitter/house sitter called this morning with a problem. Sunday is food day for everybody and I also have my daughter's cat and chams while she's been traveling on winter break. Well Amanda, my sitter was feeding horn worms and one got stuck on the roof of Bertha's mouth (one of my daughter's female panthers). She had to work with her for awhile...she kept trying to swallow and get it down but couldn't on her own. Finally Amanda was able to get her mouth open and help her free the hornworms grip. Bertha is normally very sweet but she bit Amanda. It was her first time to be bitten by a cham but she said it wasn't too bad and now Bertha is fine.