Woman Slept With Her Snake Every Night, But What The Vet Told Her Is Terrifying.
If you've got a dog or a cat, you might be the type of person to let them sleep in your bed. We get it: They're adorable and warm and they'd much rather sleep next to you than on the floor, and their cute furry faces make it hard to resist. But what if your beloved pet is something slightly more terrifying than your average, run-of-the-mill cat or dog? In other words, would you feel the same way if our pet had scales?
Most people would answer that question with an enthusiastic "HELL NO." But one woman defied expectations and let her reptilian pet sleep in her bed, most likely using the logic that if dogs and cats can do it, why can't the more slithery, slimy animals of the world receive the same courtesy. Unfortunately, what she found out about her bedmate ended up being pretty scary. Find out what happened below.
Snuggling with your pet at night is far from strange.
In fact, it's one of life's simple pleasures.
After all, they're just so warm and cuddly.
And we're pretty sure they feel the same way about you.
But what happens when the pet you love isn't the cuddly sort?
And no, we're not just talking about a dog that needs his personal space.
We're speaking more to the kind of pets that most people don't want in their beds.
Think less warm fur and more slithery scales.
Yes, that's right: One woman sleeps with her beloved python in her bed.
No, we're not sure how we feel about it either.
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