View Full Version : Call to arms!!!

03-06-2005, 05:13 PM
Please everyone read the fallowing message.

This came in an email from www.CNAH.com


The Center for North American Herpetology
Lawrence, Kansas
6 March 2005

Snake Snare Snaps Spines
Device Designed to Decapitate

As if the general publicís view on snakes were not already bad enough, a
company called SnakeSnare, LLC, in Iowa has taken it to the next level.
"SnakeSnare" is a device designed to intentionally decapitate wild snakes.

"SnakeSnare" is marketed on the internet and promotes use in areas like
neighborhoods and golf courses, "Where gunfire is impractical or illegal." The
website mentions that the product "can" capture a snake for relocation, but is
actually designed for "instant decapitation."

The marketing of the product seems to promote extermination of wild snakes,
and the site actually quotes the old adage "a good snake is a dead snake."

If you would like to voice your concerns about this product and itís marketing
objectives, please see their website at


and voice your concerns.

Submitted by
Dean Alessandrini
The Greater Cincinnati Herpetological Society


So after a little research, I came up with the follwing information:

ok, this is a call to all members. Go to all of the sites you belong to and post this article. Make sure people know to go to the site and send emails to the company voicing their concerns about this product.

Please do not use threats or insults. Be calm, collected, and cool.

This is the site used to register the domain:


This is the host of the domain:


This is the registars data:

Registrant Contact:
SnakeSnare, LLC
John Keyloun (Whois Privacy and Spam Prevention by Whois Source)
Fax: +1.6027283336
1201 S. McClintock Dr. #114
Tempe, AZ 85281

Pass this info along to everyone you know in the herp community. Let's start sending emails and snail mail to this guy who sells a such a inhumane item.

You can also sign the petiton here

Nathan Hall
03-11-2005, 04:08 AM
This just makes me ill.

gecko buyer 37
05-12-2005, 10:44 PM
tats sick