The snake 'accidentally donated to Goodwill' has been reunited with its owner

Good news everyone: Toki the snake has been reunited with his family after he was accidentally donated to Goodwill. Whoops! 
Toki the snake had been missing for six whole months before he eventually turned up at the local Goodwill in Fort Worth, Texas. His owner, Austin Pair, left him in his covered tank with plenty of food when they vacationed in Hawaii. When Pair came back, Toki was gone.
SEE ALSO: So, turns out snakes have been hitchhiking on planes. Have a nice flight.
“I had to kind of makeshift a lid for it,” Pair told the Star-Telegram. “He’d gotten out before, so I’d taped it, reinforced it, put weights on it — but he pushed the light fixture over and disappeared.” Read more...More about Snakes, Wholesome, Culture, and Web Culture

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