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Experience with Escapees??

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Posted by: illbeyoursoldier at Sat Aug 11 18:33:13 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by illbeyoursoldier ]  
   

So, all of my encolsures have pin locks on it... except one. I never bothered with it because of the way the lid snapped down and in place...

...but to make a long story short, my very first snake (Adam, normal Ball Python) that I have ever owned and raised and absolutely love and trust since a baby escaped last night while we were sleeping along with my new 0 Het for Piebald.

I'm afraid my cat may have already got to them, and I don't want to wait too long in case either of them need immediate medical attention.

We had friends over and we tore the house apart searching for him, and the cat has already been taken to stay at a family members house. We even dug around the dusty crawlspace underneath the house. If anyone has any tips on were escaped ball pythons hide, or if anyone has unusual stories on where they've found their MIA snakes, please share. Adam is a 4 foot long snake; you would thing he'd be difficult to hide. But either way, he is absolutely irreplaceable to me. I don't want to loose him. PLEASE HELP...

ANY SUGGESTIONS APPRECIATED!!!


   

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