Georgia senior forced to leave rented house after snake found on furniture

  • A Georgia woman had to flee her rental home after discovering several snakes even in her furniture.

  • Mary Carswell said WMAZ-TV She said she found six snakes in the rental she lived in for years, since 2021.

  • Carswell is worried the snake will lay eggs on her furniture, so she had to leave it behind as well.

A Georgia woman was evicted from her rental home after she found several snakes, including on her sofa.

Mary Carswell said she spotted her first snake in 2021 and has seen five more since then. WMAZ-TV.

“I didn’t know what it was. It was dark. It was night. I came out of the bathroom,” Carswell told the outlet.

Since then, she has struggled to relax in the rental house she lived in for seven years, Carswell told WMAZ.

“You know, I can’t sleep for a couple of nights, but I get used to it again because I can’t see,” she told the outlet. “I love the place. I’m not going to live with snakes.” .”

The snake problem started with a rat infestation, Carswell told WMAZ. The insider’s efforts to contact the landlord failed on Saturday.

“I can’t put fruit or cookies down. I can’t put anything down,” she said. “There are a lot of rats.”

Carswell said his landlord gave him rat food and glue traps, WMAZ said. The dilapidated rental home is starting to sag in various places, with gaps in floors and doors that open to the outside, Carswell told the outlet.

“I pay to live in a motel every night,” Carswell told WMAZ. I didn’t have to live a hard life.”

In comments to Insider, Carswell said the landlord had not changed his reaction to her snake situation and had only contacted her about the rent. I was able to contact you.

Carswell’s daughter, Demetris Strange, wrote: go fund me There was a snake on the sofa, so the mother had to leave the furniture at home and worried that the snake had laid eggs. Strange told her WMAZ that Carswell has health conditions such as “open heart surgery, leukemia” and doesn’t need to deal with parasites.

“We don’t want any more problems,” Strange told WMAZ.

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