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Sharon Whitehurst reveals aversion to even good snakes

Sharon Whitehurst writes:
I made myself look at this photo - a rare thing as I usually flee from serpents or their images in any form. I killed a small snake yesterday as it was in the cats' fenced enclosure - and because Jim wasn't here to do it for me. Grandson Devin on viewing the remains announced that the snake "wasn't more than an over-sized night-crawler!" It was dark brown with a dirty-white pattern of zig-zags, and yes, it was small - the better to kill it, my dear!The fact that it might be identified as a 'good snake' didn't influence my response to it. --Sharon Whitehurst
Comments re photo 41697 The real snake which didnt take a nibble of photographer



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