I am not familiar with the rules and laws of the UK. I do know that the UK has very different animal regulations than in the US. F/T is safer anyway, so it's probably best to just stick with F/T.
The question is whether it would fall under the definition of animal cruelty and whether a prosecution would be likely. I think that is a case would brought it is possible that live feeding of vertebrates could be classes as cruelty. however a prosecuation is unlikely and I know people in the UK do live feed. If the snake will take a dead animal I think that would be a safer option. You certainly shouldn't, for example, video it and put it on YouTube.
if its a mouse or something probably not altho i live in the U.S.A but it should b fine
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