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that's a quick way to end up with a dead pet. you need to make sure your pets stay away from reptiles.
 
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that's a quick way to end up with a dead pet. you need to make sure your pets stay away from reptiles.
The snake isn't venomous. It could have but her, but nothing serious. Trust me, we looked it up before hand. :)
 

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Like how if my dog did that to a garden snake she would be fine but if she saw a rattle snakes or copperheads in the area it would be a not so good experience.
 
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It doesn't matter if it's non venomous. If the cat plays with that snake and then other snakes, eventually it will come across a venomous snake and get bitten.
Better to keep them away from all reptiles for everyone's safety.
Sounds like a smart idea. :good:
 

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One of my chicks attacked a ribbon snake the other day. She is only three weeks old and still partially fluffy!
 
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