TUCSON, Ariz. - Golder Ranch Fire posted a photo of a snake that found its way into someone's home.
With all of the recent rain we have had, critters are on the move! #GRFDAZ relocated this unwelcome guest this afternoon from a resident’s home. Stay safe this weekend! #CommunityFirst #SnakeSafety #StayAlert pic.twitter.com/LftEOD6zgh— Golder Ranch Fire (@GRFDAZ) September 28, 2019
The fire district said that the rain we got last week has put some critters on the move.
They say snakes aren't the only animals they're finding inside homes. They're also getting calls for Gila monsters.
To keep animals out, check around your home and fences for any holes. Closing them up can help.
Snakes are usually looking for food and water. If you have a fountain, pool or birdfeeder, it can attract animals.