A pet python on the loose in the Texas area

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A pet python on the loose in the Texas area



*** The neighborhood post on the Briar Forest Drive page made people in this town say it was a *** week, but I mean, no one saw it after snakes became scary pythons to me. Anyway, says Clayton Lee, board members warned homeowners last week about the nearly 12-foot-long python siding. I was told they went out, they looked for a snake, they couldn’t find a snake, and then they applied snake repellant to 15 nearby units. to where he was spotted *** several nights. He says that the failed attempts have reached their limits. *** a lot of people are just upset about what is possible here. I was afraid for my 19-year-old and *** six-month-old kitten Dylan. This girl is about six years old. That’s why we went to the experts. It’s definitely a *** pet that someone lost or released, nick lewis, owner of underground animals houston, says the snake in the photo is a *** carpet python. He says that non-venomous snakes are not aggressive by nature. Well, I’ve never held a snake of any type before, so I’ll say it’s calm. I don’t feel aggression. However, he suggests that anyone who spots the snake contact a *** specialist, it was free, it was out of its cage. So if you’re just a *** normal person, I wouldn’t advise you to go and grab it and be mindful of small pets. You have to understand that this is a pet, it is used to people just putting food in front of it. So if he’s sitting there and someone’s pet runs in front of him, he’ll think it’s food. We love him. People in the community are hoping that the scaly Slimy, an unwanted new neighbor, will soon arrive. We never know if it is hiding somewhere. If it has already disappeared. I just hope all the pets are safe brittany ford howe news 11.

A pet python on the loose in the Texas area


A Houston neighborhood is on high alert after a social media report claims a nearly 12-foot-long python has been spotted in the community. “A lot of people are upset that this is possible. I was scared for my 19 1/2-year-old kitten Dylan,” said neighbor Clayton Lee. Nick Louie, owner of Houston Underground Animals, says the snake pictured in the post is a carpet python . “It’s definitely a pet snake that someone lost or released,” Louie said. He says non-venomous snakes are not inherently aggressive. However, he suggests anyone who spots one should seek professional help. “It was free , it’s out of its cage. If you’re just a regular person, I wouldn’t advise you to go and grab it,” Louis said.

Neighborhoods in Houston are on high alert after a social media post claims a nearly 12-foot-long python has been spotted in the community.

“A lot of people are upset about what’s possible. I was afraid for my 19-and-a-half-year-old kitten Dylan,” said neighbor Clayton Lee.

Nick Louis, owner of Houston Underground Animals, says the snake pictured in the post is a carpet python.

“It’s definitely a pet snake that someone lost or released,” Louie said.

He says that non-venomous snakes are not inherently aggressive. Still, he suggests anyone who spots a snake should seek professional help.

“It was free, it came out of the cage. If you’re just a regular person, I wouldn’t advise going and grabbing it,” Louis said.

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