Goat Man, Mouse man, Cat Man and now….Snake Man!
I have written a few blogs over a period of time, you may recall I had returned a young goat to its owner, trapped and released a mouse and rescued a very small kitten.
This week I opened up a square steel cover to gain access into a pool pump room that is underground.
Having finished I go to close the entrance cover and notice a snake between the cover surround and the patio.
Didn’t notice it when I went down the ladder though!!
It was between 1-2 feet in length and did not want to be extracted and had been partly trapped by the edge of the cover where the hinges were.
So I had to find a stick narrow enough to get into the area, prop the steel cover open and have a pool net ready to get the snake into.
Mr Snake was not happy!
After a few minutes I manage to get him out and encouraged him into the net. He was then let go down the bottom of the garden.
I recounted the story to a friend – he said the small snakes are the dangerous ones!! Ignorance can be helpful sometimes!
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