Allotment holders in Newport had an unexpected visitor – after an escaped six-foot, red-tailed boa constrictor turned up at the site!
The snake was found by a member of the public on the allotments near Malpas Road in the city on June 14.
Fortunately, the snake was soon easily caught and transported to a nearby Police station, before coming into the care of the RSPCA.
The boa has now been transferred to a specialist facility in the West Midlands for … Continue reading…
A member of the public in Bagillt had a shock after their door was knocked, and they were handed a poorly snake stuffed in a pillowcase.
The boa constrictor was dumped at the Neston View property yesterday evening (27 February), shortly after 6.30pm.
People at the household already kept a number of exotic pets – so it is believed the individual dropping off the snake was aware of this.
An RSPCA officer attended the property to collect a very lethargic, … Continue reading…
A deceased snake was spotted by a member of the public in the Ely area of Cardiff, with the carcass being thrown and kicked around by a group of boys.
The snake – a boa constrictor – was seen near the Archer Road area, in the western part of the city on Friday (15 December).
It is unclear whether the snake was dead or alive prior to the incident – but the RSPCA are appealing for information should anyone in … Continue reading…
A six-foot long Boa constrictor has been rescued by the RSPCA after it was found abandoned in a London park on Friday afternoon (November 6).
Inspectors were called to assist rangers at Danson Park in Bexleyheath who had found the snake in bushes and confined it in a litter bin until help arrived.
The boa has now been transferred to a RSPCA reptile centre for specialist care.
RSPCA inspector Anthony Pulfer said: “It was lucky this poor Boa constrictor was … Continue reading…