'Feisty' Edinburgh corn snake is looking for a new home
Scotland’s animal welfare charity is appealing for a new owner for Clarence, the overlooked snake in their care in the run up to Reptile Awareness Day on October 21, 2020.
Hannah Bruce, senior animal care assistant, said: “Clarence would make a great addition to a home but sadly he keeps getting overlooked, as do many reptiles who come into our
“Poor Clarence has been waiting over four years to find his forever home, after coming into our care as a stray.
“He can be quite feisty so is looking for a confident and experienced owner.”
When he first arrived at the centre, Clarence was a fussy-eater but Ms Bruce continued: “He is now eating on a somewhat regular basis but does still leave a meal here and there so any new owner would have to monitor his eating patterns closely to make sure he is not losing weight.
“He is now holding a steady weight and is ready to find a new home.
“In light of Reptile Awareness Day coming up, we are hoping to find the perfect home for Clarence. After spending so long in our centre, he deserves to finally find his happy ever
If you are interested in giving Clarence a new home, apply via the Scottish SPCA website here.