Saturday, August 20, 2005

MISSING...

Wanted:  preferably alive.  Juvenile garter snake, 9 inches long, brown and beige with dark brown head.  Escaped from minimum security compound during the afternoon of August 19.  May be joining up with previous escapees still at large.  Fugitive is not armed, although it does have a very long tail.  Reward for apprehension if run-away is captured before it gets into the ventilation system.

10 comments:

cmarlow330 said...

lolololololol

abell1999 said...

Yeah, they're crafty devils. Good luck. Check your shoes before putting them on and check the toilet before sitting down!

jckfrstross said...

Oh my!!!!


Deb

sdoscher458 said...

Years ago hubby had a rainbow boa that was an escape artist. No matter what we put ontop of the screen of the cage this thing got out! Recaptured many times, the last time it got away..no where to be found. It's probably inside a wall of the old house.  Hope you catch your run a way!! Sandi

mechants said...

Oh how cute! It's so tiny. I love miniatures.

Ari

cneinhorn said...

so tiny!  but still eeky  

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tillysweetchops said...

What an itsy bitsy cute little fella he is.
Tilly.
http://journals.aol.co.uk/tillysweetchops/Adventuresofadesperatelyfathouse

hestiahomeschool said...

Oh, how cute...but I hope you find it....

chseroo said...

Sorry to say, but if I see a snake, I run screamin " Someone. Quick. KILL THE SNAKE!!!" So the "preferably alive" just wouldn't be me. : )  .
You could read in my journal about my adventures with a copperhead and rattlesnake. EEEKKKKK!

***Monica
http://journals.aol.com/chseroo/LivingLifeandLovinit

yosefubullisoan said...

Gardener snakes.I had one in my neighborhood one time.I thought what I saw was a giant worm but then after I saw the green body and  the face,I was shocked.A snake had entered our nieghborhood.My brother took to the neighborhood park.Ive never seen it since.
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