Although all six were born healthy, one died Monday and another is being treated for a serious condition.
The family has found 95 snakes inside and hundreds more outside. They’ve spent $13,000 trying to rid the house of snakes.
In April 2016, the center got 19 calls about snake bites. This year, it got 71 calls in April.
The black-furred newborn is being nursed with a special milk formula through a feeding tube because the mother is too sick to care for her.
When Pickles brought her face out of the log, the snake had sunk its teeth into Pickles’ face, on the side of her lip.
“You can replace material things but you can’t replace Hank,” the dog’s owner said.
The large rattlesnake was found near a walking trail by a group of birdwatchers.
“I’m not afraid of this alligator, but I wouldn’t stick my toe in,” said Angier resident, Rebecca Womble.
The Sanford man spent five weeks in the hospital recovering from complications caused by the flu.
The crazy story started when Pooch was discovered roaming the grounds of Hunter Huss High School.