A proud cat adds a live venomous snake to the gifts under the family tree…

Gifting a venomous snake to a cat was a Christmas surprise for the family after the snake was thrown under the Christmas tree, much to their shock.
A family received an early Christmas present after their cat placed a snake under the Christmas tree.

A Queensland family cat caught and threw a venomous red-bellied black snake about 60cm under a tree.
The head of the family, Gunther, has posted photos showing the reptile curled up around a pile of presents the family had collected.
Gunther said the snake was relatively small and, along with the cat, none of them were harmed in the incident.

He said: “The cat was not bitten and was quite proud of itself.”
He added: “Luckily the snake didn’t have a negative effect on the cat that carried it, the family loves snakes but didn’t want to touch it.”

“It was an unexpected Christmas present.”
While there have been no reported fatalities of red-bellied black snakes in Australia, they are known to be dangerous to humans as well as extremely venomous, with envenomation of which causes a range of symptoms.

According to the Australian Museum, symptoms include bleeding and/or swelling at the bite site, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

According to the doctor, in most cases there is no pain from the bite, so sometimes people are not even aware that they have been bitten.

Günther had already been bitten by a venomous snake once last month when he had to go to hospital for treatment. The family who received Chrissie’s sizzling gift were ‘snake lovers’ but ‘didn’t want to touch her’. Frankly, this is very correct. Then the snake was moved to a stream in some kind of bush. Happy return for the holidays.

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