Rescuers were informed of a 4-meter long python seeking shelter in a house in Pak Kret District, Nonthaburi Province at around 3 pm on October 8.
Miss Sudarat, 36, stood waiting in front of the 2-story house in shock when the rescuers arrived.
According to Sudarat, she was about to feed the cats at that time. However, she saw the snake’s head popped out and immediately called the rescue. She didn’t dare remove the things to check it out further because she wasn’t sure what snake it was.
The snake was found coiled under a shelf in a storage room.
Miss Sudarat thinks the 4-meter long python came to her house to look for food and to escape the flood nearby.
Fortunately, the rescuers captured the huge snake and it will be released back to nature.
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