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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNY View Post
    Hahaha so true!

    News reporter: "After years of planning how to kill it's owner, snake decides that it would be best to use a gun. It used its body to squeeze handle and trigger together and with great accuracy it shot owner on the chest. Is amazing how cunning and dangerous this evil creatures can be. Congress is looking in the matter to legislate new laws to prevent this from ever happening again."
    Don't forget new laws to prevent snakes from owning guns.

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyrivers View Post
    Don't forget new laws to prevent snakes from owning guns.
    LOL, but only Corn snakes. The other snakes are too big to fit into trigger guard.
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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNY View Post
    LOL, but only Corn snakes. The other snakes are too big to fit into trigger guard.
    Not true...what about king snakes & gopher snakes &......and even all the ones that get much bigger start off as "juvenile delinquents", don't you know?

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by RickyNY View Post
    LOL, but only Corn snakes. The other snakes are too big to fit into trigger guard.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogertophis View Post
    Not true...what about king snakes & gopher snakes &......and even all the ones that get much bigger start off as "juvenile delinquents", don't you know?
    Also don't forget about those snakes that have the trigger guards removed so they can use them when they are larger.

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Just to update. One of her ribs must have broken when inside the keychain. It has healed wrong. The vet is going to remove it Friday. Poor girl.

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyrivers View Post
    Just to update. One of her ribs must have broken when inside the keychain. It has healed wrong. The vet is going to remove it Friday. Poor girl.
    Oh no! I'm so sorry to hear this...do keep us updated, what rotten luck (and ouch!)...most broken ribs don't "do bad things" & just heal, but I know this can happen.

    Poor Fiona, a real nightmare for her...get well soon, sweet snake. No more purses for you!

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    She really should not have allowed her into her purse.....

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellybeans View Post
    She really should not have allowed her into her purse.....
    Might have been real memorable if Fiona taken a dump, instead of just getting stuck in a key-ring...

    But even as snake-owners, we don't always foresee such hazards...which is why we share these stories.

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    Re: Fiona corn snake, almost emergancy saturday.

    If you had set the key ring still attached to the snake in the enclosure - wouldn't the snake eventually crawled out on its own. Very curious about this. It seems if they can get in - then they can get out also. I know our first instinct is to panic - I've been there myself but was curious if it would slowly free itself.
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