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Moment mother tears 1.2m carpet python off her daughter’s puppy – before tossing it in the garden

‘I didn’t really think about it’: Incredible moment mother rescues puppy from aggressive carpet python – before casually tossing it in the garden

  • Carolyn Kong knew she had to rescue the 12-week old Jack Russell from snake
  • ‘I didn’t really think about it. It was quick and it had wound itself,’ she said 
  • Ms Kong said it was a ‘heat in the moment thing’ and that the dog is part of family
  • Snake catcher warned against handling snakes just in case if they’re venomous 

A mother has saved the life of her daughter’s adorable puppy from a 1.2 metre python before casually tossing it in the garden. 

Carolyn Kong from Brisbane knew she had to rescue the 12-week old Jack Russell puppy when she saw the carpet snake wrap itself around the animal. 

‘I didn’t really think about it. It was quick and it had wound itself,’ she told Nine News. 

Carolyn Kong from Brisbane knew she had to rescue the 12-week old Jack Russell puppy when she saw the carpet snake wrap itself around the animal

Ms Kong said it was a 'heat in the moment thing' and that the dog is part of the family.

Ms Kong said it was a ‘heat in the moment thing’ and that the dog is part of the family.

‘As I grabbed him, I felt the snake wrapped around him.’

Ms Kong said it was a ‘heat in the moment thing’ and that the dog is part of the family. 

‘I just had to save him.’ 

Snake catcher Mitchell Thorburn has warned against people handling snakes just in case if they are venomous. 

‘I wouldn’t suggest it, because it can be dangerous,’ he said.

Snake catcher Mitchell Thorburn has warned against people handling snakes just in case if they are venomous

Snake catcher Mitchell Thorburn has warned against people handling snakes just in case if they are venomous

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