Pasadena has a minion!

Cutler the Coatlet

Legacy Name: Pasadena

The Custom Field Serpenth
Owner: Kitten

Age: 15 years, 10 months, 4 weeks

Born: January 4th, 2006

Adopted: 6 years, 9 months, 1 week ago

Adopted: February 22nd, 2015

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January 13th


  • Level: 61
  • Strength: 155
  • Defense: 152
  • Speed: 152
  • Health: 153
  • HP: 153/153
  • Intelligence: 297
  • Books Read: 295
  • Food Eaten: 5
  • Job: Certified Mad Scientist

My baby girl Pasadena has finally come home

I remember when I was born, it took awhile to push myself out of the crumbling egg before me. My bothers and sisters all left before me. Somehow they found their way out. I grew little by little and when I was old enough I was moved. I ended up in a small plastic box with a plate of glass overlooking what seemed to be the biggest place I'd ever been. I could hear birds chirping across from me and if I tried really hard there was rushing water. I could never see the water because it was beside me. The glass window only allowed me to look straight out.

Maybe if I try hard enough, I could escape this. So I did. For weeks I rubbed my face up against the screen trying to see if there was a way out. There wasn't. Eventually people started to come see me. Every few days someone would hold me. Half of them would panic and scream ew. Ew? Why would they say such awful things. Months went by and I felt like I'd never leave or ever be loved. One day, a female and man came to see me. I could hear her talking through the glass.

"Oh this cornsnake, it's pretty cute, Albino, that's nice!"

They moved the cornsnake's cage away from my view, I smelt a faint urine in the air as she commented about hostility. The cornsnake was quickly returned to it's cage and put back beside mine.

"Don't you guys have a python too? Where is it?", The male asked. The female objected slightly preferring something a bit more colorful. I saw the boy in blue come up to me and I felt my cage move again. What do I care, it's just another person who's going to look and be grossed out by me. So I stayed in my box full of moss and hid. No one will ever love me.

I winced away from the light as the boy in blue opened my box. I felt a modestly cold hand touch me. She smelled like vanilla and sugar. I decided I might explore, so I wrapped around her arm and decided to move around. I heard them discuss me, they didn't seem disgusted by me. Though there was another girl close by that seemed to be. I was with her exploring for quite sometime as the boy in blue wondered around. The man with her stayed beside her the whole time, they talked about me.

Eventually she took me around the store and showed me a bunch of fancy looking things, I don't deserve these. But she pointed at them, then looked at me and asked if I'd like them. I couldn't express myself to her. Soon after what felt like an eternity, the boy in blue came back and tried to take me. I tightened my grasp on the girl. She seemed so nice, I didn't want to leave. When they finally got me away from her, I moved outward to try and return to her. My heart broke. No one will ever love me.

Days went by and no one came to see me. I didn't even hear foot steps by my cage. I'll just sit here, I thought in my perfect little hiding spot because no one will ever love me.

One day I saw the light again. It was her! The girl came back! I saw paperwork and things, was I going? Was I finally free? Is this girl taking me home?

"No I don't need the box, I'll take her home", She took me outside and put me beside her neck. As we stepped outside nervous about falling and light, I held onto her for dear life. I will never let you go again. I came to a new place, it felt warm and loving. I felt welcomed.

Much time has gone by and little by little I'm growing up, I love her and she loves me.

Finally, someone loves me.

Can a python really feel?

This story is obviously a misinterpretation of realism. While she did in fact do all the things I conveyed in the story it is believed that snakes are incapable of higher cognitive thought. They do not feel love or empathy. Science around how snakes think is very limited. I personally believe that while they might not feel these emotions they can still bare an attachment to those around them. I feel that she recognizes me and finds comfort around me because I made it that way. I trained her to find comfort in me by spraying myself with a specific scent every time I pick her up. She might not really love me or even think twice about me, but I would like to think she loves me just as much as my cat or husband.


Profile, Coding, Story by Kitten(Me)
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Profile Art by Idiot
Overlay by Tiger
Sprites by Lag

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