When a woman in Santa Rosa, Calif. spotted something slithering underneath her home, she knew it wasn’t a DYI project.
Instead Sonoma County Reptile Rescue came to the, well, rescue.
“Got a call from somebody that said they had snakes under their house,” the non-profit sanctuary posted on Facebook earlier this month. “3 hours and 45 minutes later This is what I came out with.”
An ophidiophobiac’s nightmare.
Buckets and buckets of snakes.
That’s what Al Wolf pulled from beneath the home using a long snake pole and posing the question: “What would you do?”
At first count, Wolf tallied 59 babies and 22 adults.
Then he returned a few times before yesterday to check for more.
He counted 11 more snakes — and one very relieved homeowner.