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They would if they couldn't find it and had to leave in a hurry. And if they really didn't give a shit about the health and welfare of their animals (which it kinda sounds like).

One: That's probably a violation of the lease on the landlord's part, so I suggest looking at it is a good idea- more specifically any sections about failure to discuss hazards. Two: See if you can get a name of the owners and if there is any chance something like animal neglect would stick. Three: See if there are any nature reserves in your area, and talk to them to see if they will send an animal control specialist that uses non-harmful methods. Four: You probably don't have a mice problem, but may develop one when the snake is gone. Also consider buying a mouse or two a week to feed the snake until the you have them safely removed.

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