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Snake in the house #12804232
06/25/18 05:07 AM
06/25/18 05:07 AM
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What kind do you thing , was in the bathroom and bit my girlfriend but no reaction from the bite


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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12804247
06/25/18 06:09 AM
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watch the bite to make sure no infection occurs. i would be soaking it in hydrogen peroxide to kill the bacteria. i would drive it to the other side of town and let it go. good snake.

rat snake.

Last edited by SkeeterRonnie; 06/25/18 06:09 AM.
Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12804352
06/25/18 12:25 PM
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Texas Rat Snake, can be very aggressive when cornered, they will strike like a poisonous snake.

Last edited by Roller22; 06/25/18 12:28 PM.

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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12804490
06/25/18 02:22 PM
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Holy cow. Hope she’s ok. Looks like you’re moving if you want to keep the girlfriend!


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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12804650
06/25/18 04:14 PM
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We’ve had them in our house too. I ran em out with a broom and swept them off the porch.


Cast




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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12805408
06/26/18 12:47 AM
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At least she was in the right room at the time because I would have literally shat.

Re: Snake in the house [Re: sll] #12805461
06/26/18 01:21 AM
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Originally Posted By: sll
At least she was in the right room at the time because I would have literally shat.



hahahaha


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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12806340
06/26/18 06:47 PM
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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807112
06/27/18 11:22 AM
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If it was in your house, you likely have mice whether you have seen them or not. Those guys have great sensors to follow mice.

Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807133
06/27/18 11:49 AM
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Burn it down! I know I would....


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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807664
06/27/18 05:48 PM
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house....for sale

Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807681
06/27/18 05:55 PM
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Bunch of Pansies! Pick it up, take a pic if you want, walk outside and set it down.

Then go wash your hands to get the stink off. grin

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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807690
06/27/18 06:02 PM
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They stink, use a broom.


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Re: Snake in the house [Re: keithfishing0] #12807774
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Rat snakes are popular with rural folks, folks with barns. Tough on chickens and their eggs, for sure, but otherwise great to control vermin.

They were so popular that I recall hearing stories about folks letting them loose in their attics to run off rats/mice/squirrels . . . and the question always attached to doing this is, "How does the snake get out?" The answer is it gets out the same way the varmints got in, often some tiny hole. Once the food source is gone, so is the rat snake.

A friend of mine in Springtown had one crawl straight up his brick facade under the enclosed porch where birds had built a nest. To see a 4 ft. long snake stuck to a brick wall like Velcro is pretty cool. The snake made short work of the nest's contents.

Rat snakes have specialized scales on their tummies, can crawl straight up a brick wall, a tree. Great climbers.

Good advice, by the way, to use Hydrogen Peroxide to clean the punctures. We all know what they eat!

Brad

Re: Snake in the house [Re: Okie Poke] #12808510
06/28/18 11:32 AM
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Originally Posted By: Okie Poke
Burn it down! I know I would....


In a heart beat!

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