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Submitted by GSPCA on 15:52, 31st Jan, 2013 | 0
We are pleased to announce that the owner of Chilli has been found.
Claire Mclarnon after seeing formerly named Chilli the Corn Snake in today's Guernsey Press has just called into the Animal Shelter in St Andrews to confirm Chilli is indeed Lenny.
Claire who whilst in the middle of moving discovered Lenny had escaped in transit nearly 3 weeks ago.
At 3 years of age Lenny has survived some of the coldest temperatures Guernsey has had in the last year and staff and volunteers at the Shelter were pleased to see how happy Lenny and Claire were to see each other.
Submitted by GSPCA on 09:41, 31st Jan, 2013 | 0
Yesterday Ambulance Collection Officer had a very unusual call to collect what sounded like a stray snake on the beach.
The call came via the police after being spotted by some passers by walking along the front at Halfway in St Sampsons.
Geoff George attended to find a very cold stray corn snake.
Now named Chilli and in a warm vivarium at the GSPCA Animal Shelter we are appealing for the owner to come forward.
At around three feet long it is not possible to age Chilli but if you think this is your snake please call the Shelter on 01481 257261.