When a family found a snake under their deck, they called @cataleah to come to help rescue the animal. When she got there, she discovered that it was just a bull snake which is a harmless species. She picked up the snake and said that it seemed calm. She snake moved around in the woman’s hand while the family was scared in the background. She assured them that the snake was not venomous and was not going to harm her.

@cataleah

BIG bull snake rescue! 🐍 Always call the professionals if you’re not sure of a snakes species! #snake #animal #animalrescue #rescue #wildlife

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She kept the snake around for a bit and made sure that she was fed and happy before she got ready to release her back into the wild. She let her out in her backyard, which is an area with a lot of bull snakes, and the snake was off!

@cataleah

Reply to @inkatworek Time to let her go 🥰 #bullsnake #snake #reptiles #animals #rescue #cataleah

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@cataleah saves and relocates snakes in Texas. Check out her page for more snake rescues! It’s important to remember to always call professionals if you’re not sure of the snake’s species.

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