Fashionable Rescue Snake Named ‘Spaghetti’ Sports Snazzy Crochet Tube Sweater!

Fashionable Rescue Snake Named ‘Spaghetti’ Sports Snazzy Crochet Tube Sweater!

Snakes are probably one of the most misunderstood animals on this planet. They are seen as these big scary animals but the reality is, most of them are small and harmless. They also make amazing pets because they are so unique – it’s not every household that has such an exotic pet!

Luckily, some people realize how harmless snakes are and happily adopted them so when Sean adopted Spaghetti the corn snake a few years ago, he couldn’t have guessed that his serpentine rescue would become internet-famous one day … thanks to everyone who shared this one to me, so fun!

Fashionable Rescue Snake Named 'Spaghetti' Sports Snazzy Crochet Tube Sweater!

Sean’s sister made the snakey tube sweater by crocheting yarn over a piece of PVC pipe.

Fashionable Rescue Snake Named 'Spaghetti' Sports Snazzy Crochet Tube Sweater!

Read more about Spaghetti’s sweater via The Dodo and follow Sean and Spaghetti’s future adventures via Reddit. I predict many more tube sweater’s in this serpent’s future!





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