The officials said the alligator was about 7 feet in length.
A woman in Pascagoula, Mississippi, in the hopes to find her missing cat was estimated to be 7-foot gator lurking in a storm drain in the place.
Brooque Snow told last week, she and her stepdaughter were searching for the cats around their neighborhood. At one point, Snow said she decided to look down a storm drain.
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“We looked inside and there was an alligator,” she told last week. “In the beginning were like: ‘Wait…’ so we took a second look. Then I grabbed my phone, took a picture and I told the neighbors.”
Snow and then called animal control officers who soon arrived at the place messing with the gator from the drain. It was successfully removed and will be released in a swamp in the neighbourhood, according to the new drive.
City officials and witnesses later took to Facebook to share photos of the creature.
“Just call him Pennywise,” one person suggested, referring to horror writer Stephen King’s terrifying clown character from his book “The.”
“Yikes!” another wrote.
“In any case, he found the storm drain and not someone’s doggie door,” a third joked.
Doug Adams, the captain of the Pascagoula Police Department, said the Snow made the right choice by calling officials.
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“You don’t want to feed the gators, even if they are in your garden, you don’t want to try to catch them yourself,” he told last week.