Published: Thu, February 02, 2017
Business | By Max Garcia

Texas family's toilet-snake surprise leads to discovery of dozens more

Texas family's toilet-snake surprise leads to discovery of dozens more

Workers said the snake came in through an opening in a relief pipe that the company later sealed.

Isac then went to get his mother, Cassie Mcfadden, who asked one of her older sons to get a shovel to kill the snake.

"I found this big clump and I knew it was (a) snake", says Isac Mcfadden.

According to KXAN, the family called up Big Country Snake Removal to help them get rid of their unwelcome visitor.

"Last week we received a call from a family in Jones county who had an adult rattlesnake in their toilet".

He found 13 more adult rattlesnakes in the storm cellar, which he safely removed. If that's not enough to scare you, Big Country Snake Removal gives a terrifying reason why the infestation was possible without anyone noticing.

The family hadn't seen a snake on their property for years and had no idea the rattlesnakes were living under their home and in their cellar, according to Big Country Snake Removal. This family's toilet-snake-story is here to reassure you - it can definitely get worse.

The Facebook post warns that rattlesnakes can be "secretive", and "Just because you can't see them doesn't mean they aren't there". This is simply how they survive.

Rattlesnakes are among four types of poisonous snakes found in North Texas, in addition to copper-heads, cotton-mouths, and corals.

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