For one resident of West Yorkshire, a routine trip to the rubbish bun became a frightening ordeal. They took out their trash as normal and when they opened the bin, something appeared to be moving inside. The resident who made this discovery knew that there was something alive in the bin. They contacted their local RSPCA to find out more about what they should do.
As it turns out, a baby corn snake had somehow gotten into their trash bin. If you are anything like us, the last thing that you want to see is some snake slithering around when you open your waste bins. We cannot even imagine how loud we would have screamed if it has been us in the same situation. After all, no one deserves to experience this sort of occurrence without warning.
The inspector who was contacted was sure to mention that they gave the caller the right advice. They advised the caller to simply close the bin and wait for the authorities to arrive. Shoot, you would not have to tell us twice! We would have slammed that lid shut and ran inside faster than you can blink. It is always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to snakes.
As for the baby snake, it was removed from the bin in fine condition. It is sad to see that someone would have chosen to toss the animal aside like this. Why not release the baby snake into its natural habitat instead? This would be far more humane, wouldn’t it? There was no other way for the snake to get in and out of the bin.
It is safe to say that someone tossed a snake away for the sheer sake of doing so. Snakes are actually one of the most abandoned animals of all. People regularly purchase them and have no idea what it will take to care for them. As a result, they dispose of the snakes in the wrong manner and they end up leaving these animals stranded because of their careless behavior.
Let this story be a lesson: snakes have feelings, too. While most of us are worried about the fates of the cute and cuddly, there are all kinds of creatures who are forced to experience various difficulties. If you decide that you are going to adopt an exotic animal, please be sure to do all of the necessary research first!