Appeal to trace owner of stray snake found in Northamptonshire
The corn snake is being looked after by Animals In Need in Little Irchester
An appeal has been made to trace the owner of this stray snake.
The stray snake, believed to be a corn snake, has been taken in by Animals In Need in Little Irchester until it's owner can be found.
Annie Marriott from the charity which rescues and re-homes hundreds of animals each year, told this newspaper: "Does anyone recognise this beauty who was found straying?
"They are now safe at Animals In Need.
"The owner will need to confirm area and date it went missing."
According to the RSPCA website, most corn snakes for sale in the UK are bred in captivity.
However, it's still important that the captive environment of a pet corn snake mimics the wild as much as possible.
Anyone who can help locate the snake's owner should email [email protected]
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