"For the first day and a half, she didn't move out of our arms," Miller told KHOU.
Courtney Anderson, general biologist at the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge in Grayson County, said residents need to be cautious as the weather warms up and snakes become more active.
"Snakes are a part of the habitat and they're going to here. Just take precautions as far as wearing the proper clothing, not being aware, not walking barefoot at night," Anderson told KXII. "Be smart about these animals and their environment and they will not hurt you."