PHOTOS: Visiting with the reptiles in Francestown

Nate Monty of Morphs and Milestones introduces Cheeto, a corn snake, to a young visitor from Deering.

Nate Monty of Morphs and Milestones introduces Cheeto, a corn snake, to a young visitor from Deering. COURTESY PHOTO BY PAMELA BERRY

Nate Monty shows Gia Finley how to handle Cheeto.

Nate Monty shows Gia Finley how to handle Cheeto. COURTESY PHOTO BY PAMELA BERRY

Christina Magee and her daughter Aurora with Cheeto the corn snake. 

Christina Magee and her daughter Aurora with Cheeto the corn snake.  COURTESY PHOTO BY PAMELA BERRY

Published: 09-25-2023 10:05 AM

Local reptile rescue nonprofit Morphs and Milestones brought their Animal Ambassadors to the Francestown Community Market on Friday.

Guests at the market got to interact with Cheeto, a 10-year-old corn snake who came to the nonprofit after his family was not able to give him the attention he needed. Morphs and Milestones founder and director Nate Monty introduced Cheeto to young visitors at the market.

Morphs and Milestones is on Facebook and can be found at morphsandmilestones.com

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