Pet Snakes…

We’ve been raising a Sinaloan Milk-snake for two years now and a couple of weeks ago it somehow managed to escape from the terrarium.  We search the house pretty well a few time but sadly it was gone.  Sarah and I were pretty bummed since we’d watched the hatchling grow to a pretty nice sized adult.  So, after a few days of searching we decided to get another snake as a replacement.  This time we went for a little cheaper snake and got a corn-snake.  Below is a picture of him. 


So, today I was cleaning out the laundry room and guess who I found, cold and alone between two painting stored next to the dryer.  Yep… our Prodigal Milk-snake.   Not the most remarkable Christmas miracle but hey… we’ll take what we get.  Now we’re up to 2 dogs, 2 snakes, a cat, a tortoise and a bunch of fish.  Next I think we’ll get a partridge in a pear tree. 



~ by SarahT on December 23, 2007.

4 Responses to “Pet Snakes…”

  1. Wow! you were very lucky to find your milk snake!!!! they almost ALWAYS escape out and dissapeer into the garden!!!! Good thing the little corn snake has a new friend… or predator!!!
    From SnakieAbsessed123, aus.

  2. you have a milk snake now and a corn snake
    bt milksnakes such as kingsnakes eat other snakes..
    Isn’t this a big problem for the cornsnake?!

  3. Which snake ( corn or milk) would be best for someone who has never had a snake before. Which gets the largest.

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