Texas rattle-snake discovers swimming in toilet pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors

Texas rattle-snake discovers swimming in toilet pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors. A family in Texas found a rattlesnake swimming in their toilet.

Mom Cassie Mcfadden killed the snake with a shovel.

The family then called a pest control company for help, which found 24 snakes living in their cella.

Texas rattle-snake discovers swimming in toilet pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors.

Texas rattle-snake discovers swimming in toilet pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors.

Snake swimming in toilet; pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors

Family got the fright of a lifetime this week when they found two dozen snakes living in their house.

 The Mcfadden family realized they had a problem Tuesday morning, when son Isac went to the bathroom and found a rattlesnake swimming in the toilet bowl.

Mother Cassie had another son go get a shovel and then she killed the snake.
‘As soon as he came back the snake came out and it is a rattle snake,’ she said.

After killing the snake, Cassie’s husband called Big Country Snake Removal for help and they found two dozen snakes living in or under the building.

‘A total he found 24, 13 in the cellar, 10 underneath the house, 5 babies and the one in the toilet.

They were all the same, Western Diamond Back Rattle Snakes,’ Jason Mcfadden said.

The workers believe that the rattlesnake that got into the toilet entered the house through an open relief pipe.

The family said they hadn’t seen snakes on the property in years and had no idea that so many snakes were living under the house.

Texas rattle-snake discovers swimming in toilet pest control discovers 24 more slithering visitors.

The snake removers said that they weren’t surprised that the family didn’t know they had a problem because ‘rattlesnakes are secretive and can be very cryptic’.

They rely heavily on their camouflage.

This is simply how they survive. Just because you don’t see them doesn’t mean they aren’t there,’ the company said, according to Big Country Home Page.

Rattlesnakes among four types of poisonous snakes found in North Texas, in addition to copperheads, cottonmouths and corals.

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