Just a few pokes and he slithered off the porch and back beneath the house.uuglypher wrote: ↑Tue Oct 13, 2020 5:42 pmHi, Min,
I hope you used a soft broom gently on your corn snake. They have some beautifully colored variations and also are non-aggressive and are easily tamed as pets. They are captive-bred and have been the single most popular pet snake species for almost 40 years!
Stay safe and well!
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