A Sweater for a Snake

A Sweater for a Snake




Stephanie Christine Davidson lovingly documented this little sweater that Kacie Kim knitted for a snake named Milky Joe.

[via Laughing Squid]


34 thoughts on “A Sweater for a Snake

  1. functional art says:

    This is so awesome. He looks like a Richard Scarry character.

  2. Rachel wilson says:

    I can’t see my vimes snake taking to a sweater :(

  3. Katie T. says:

    This is cute, yet terrifying, because I’m scared of snakes.

    1. Peggy says:

      I am right there with you. my husband would be shocked that I even looked at something that included a snake!

  4. Kex says:

    Okay, I can’t deny that that’s adorable, but, um, snakes are ectotherms. Does she warm him up before threading him through it?

  5. j@loveland says:

    He seems to be very happy! He’s probably wondering why it is pink!

  6. Lemonstreetbigildyboo says:

    I like It…cruel and unusual!

  7. John faceman says:

    Snakes produce no body heat. Therefor, a sweater is useless. Why

    1. Batman says:

      because you can

  8. anne123 says:

    how do you get the sweater on?

  9. Mark Maloof says:

    Agreed that other for looks/hilarity value, a sweater for a reptile is useless (now, an electric blanket, that’s another story….)

  10. Hanna says:

    I wonder how she got him in it!

  11. Eric says:

    Cold-blooded no longer

  12. Dan says:

    This is dumb, snakes feel through vibrations, your making it partially blind and nervous.

  13. Kathy Rindhoops says:

    I like that the snake is called Milky Joe. Nice Mighty Boosh reference. :)

  14. Chaserne1 says:

    Or Alternatively you could warm the sweater up if its cold outside of his enviroment and give him a warm snuggly place to kick it xD

  15. Catwoman says:

    My 7 foot boa would totally love a sweater-not to mention she would look adorable! She likes to snuggle in bed with my boyfriend or warm up next to the computer monitor :D

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