A post on Twitter about a pet feline “hanging out” with a snake has triggered concerns on the internet. Shared by a user named Molly Anne, the pictures portray a black snake and a jet black cat cuddling and “basking together” without harming each other. Molly captioned the pictures saying that she always finds her cat spending time with the snake, as both bonded well, neither harming each other as they enjoy sharing space.
With over 100k retweets and 597.7k likes, the picture gripped the Twitter users as a slew of comments poured in from people struck with surprise at the “unimaginable” friendship. Molly further explained, “Ricky (the cat) was a roadside rescue found shortly after Halloween. He is only ever outside with me. I looked up from a book to see this a couple of feet away. He is a good boy. He doesn’t kill birds. We are a strict respect nature household. Thanks, witches.”
why did I find my cat hanging out with a snake? neither harmed- just basking together pic.twitter.com/dvTRHF1Wiy— ditch pony (@molly7anne) April 30, 2020
My cat is obsessed with my snake— Kari (@karikillingtime) May 1, 2020
cats and snakes are returning to their demonic duo ways the world is healing— croptop daddy (@userjaymes) April 30, 2020
my dad’s cat keeps bringing this particular snake into his house to just chill pic.twitter.com/Dmva9JmrrO— soup stan account (@waxeymeech) April 30, 2020
I once saw my cat walking along with big bulging cheeks. I said, “what’s up, Little Bit?”— 𝕁𝕠𝕟𝕒𝕥𝕙𝕒𝕟 𝕄𝕔𝔾𝕒𝕙𝕒 (@amcgaha) May 1, 2020
She proceeded to walk up to me & spit out an entire, live snake at my feet. Completely unharmed.
I simply couldn’t move. The snake left. Little Bit looked at me a moment, then walked on.
you have a snake a cat as pets?? that’s so scary, what if the snake randomly eats the cat one day 😭— arvin (@parkerrpeterr) May 1, 2020
ain’t nothing like a cat and a snake chilling pic.twitter.com/ApYL32kril— 🔥🏚 (@dirtysodainasty) May 1, 2020
My crackhead cat plays with snakes too. pic.twitter.com/peaSJfMWJV— m.g. (@meowllorie) April 30, 2020
!!! OK, definitely kept thinking the collar was part of the snake pic.twitter.com/O63R0oe0jU— 𝐊𝐞𝐥𝐬𝐞𝐲 𝐌 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐧𝐞𝐥𝐥 (@kellseyparnell) May 1, 2020
Why does that one look like an ostrich!! pic.twitter.com/YLc7MY2kL2— Nichole 🌈 (@GoodrichNichole) May 1, 2020
This looks like so much fun for both of them 😭😭😭— james🐛 (@sircork) May 1, 2020