Snakes are one of the most feared carnivorous reptiles. Irrespective of this, these slithery creatures are still loved and kept as pets in some homes.
While they are regarded as pets by many, others have illogical fear for them and would rather kill them upon seeing them. Even though some snakes are not venomous, it is dangerous having a snake venture in to your home, and even more dangerous when you have no idea it has been sharing your space with you. When a snakes sneaks into your space and become comfortable, it never leave except when threatened. Here are signs you might be sharing your space with a snake.
1.Sudden disappearance of rodents around your home.
Most households once in a while have rats and mice running around their homes in search of food scraps in wastebins. When you notice a sudden absence of these rodents around your home without having any conscious effort to put them away, there are chances you’ve had a snake or two do that for you.
2. Shedded or Molten skin.
Shedding occurs regularly in snakes, it is part of the growth process for all snakes. It happens when a snake scratches its skin over a rough surface to get rid of old skin. If you bumb into a snake shedding in or around your home, you have to be careful because chances are you have a snake laying around.
3. Unexplainable noises from your pets.
If you keep pets like cats and dogs in your home and they suddenly begin to make noise every night when every body must have gone to bed, chances are that they see an unexpected visitor sneaking around the house.
4. Noises from congested corner of the house.
Snakes have a high tendency to seek out dark, clustered or damp corners around your house.
This hideout is where they feel safe, unthreatened and comfortable. When there is noise coming from this area of the house, there are chances you have a snake, hinding or trying to lay some eggs. These places could be your store, garage or places that are not often accessed.