snake ID

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    Sassypants123 New Member

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    the cats killed this snake and was wondering what kind it was to see i 2.PNG 1.PNG 3.PNG f we should be worried.
     
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    poor snake whatever it is :(
     
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    Ouch your cat did a number on it.

    I’m going to say Eastern brown. Head shape and colour compared to body check out as a darker locale.

    But that’s not a 100%,

    We will need info like location etc

    Might want to take cats to vet to be safe
     
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    Your cats sure made chop-suey out of that!
     
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    Definitely not a Brown. Looks like a Small Eyed Snake to me. No need to be worried.
     
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    thank you all for your responses
     
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    either indoors or in a run. runs are easy to get for low prices, too.
     
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    Agreed.... I was reviewing some footage around 7am and discovered some captured images from early this morning at 1:38am. Tonight I have 2 traps set in that exact spot.
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    Yes, cat trapping is a much loved pastime of mine.
     
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    the cats are kept in a cage that is outdoors and the snake came into it and then the cats killed it.
     
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