Python snake found on shelf at Bloomington, Indiana WalMart has been adopted

Photo by City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control

City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control reports that a young python snake recently found on a shelf at the WalMart in Bloomington was adopted. The shelter staff doesn’t know how the snake ended up on the shelf at WalMart.

The facility posted the following message on Facebook:

“Happy tuesssssssday. Meet our little friend, Wolverine. This young python was found at our local Walmart chillin’ on a shelf. It’s unclear how he got there, but it was a good thing a Good Samaritan saw him and got him to safety at the shelter. He is officially off his stray hold and he’s in the market for a forever home! He would do best with an experienced snake owner. He’s a bit stressed and slightly spicy. He is growing used to the thought of being handled and will likely be able to relax more in a calmer environment. If you are interested in adopting, please fill out an application on our website: See less— at City of Bloomington Animal Care and Control.”

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