Snowflake needs a new home after 1,462 days at Scottish SPCA animal rescue and rehoming centre

The Scottish SPCA is seeking a new home for Snowflake who arrived into the care of the Aberdeen Animal Rescue and Rehoming Centre on 17 December 2013.

Scotland's animal welfare charity are desperate to find a loving home for Snowflake who has now been a resident Snowflakeat the centre in Aberdeen for over 4 years.

Aberdeen Centre Manager Graeme Innes said, “Snakes, particularly cornsnakes, tend to stay in our care longer than any other animal however four years is an incredibly long time to be waiting for a loving home.

“Snowflake was found as a stray and was lucky to survive the cold weather.

“She was a hugely nervous snake when she came into our care but with lots of attention and patience she’s become comfortable being handled but sudden movements still spook her.

“When she first arrived she was absolutely tiny, now she’s a fully grown cornsnake and we’d love to see her go to an experienced home with a new owner that would be able to give her all the care and attention she deserves.”

Anyone who can offer Snowflake a suitable new home is being asked to contact our centre in Aberdeenshire on 03000 999 999.