Sunday, January 6, 2013

"WATER YOUR FROG ...

 "Well, I do like hay!  PS, BL thinks I am SO clever to hop up on this tub and into the hay!  I certainly am that!"  -  Benji the Best by BL!
(PS - I am using Firefox.  It better get easier or else ....)

9 comments:

Michelle May said...

Cute little frog. He's probably very happy that his home is mobile.
Glad you tried Firefox. I'm still trying to figure out what the idiots did to Internet Explorer.
xx

Glenna said...

Flies? RG the Zookeeper. RG the herpetologist? Or is that just for snakes?

speedyrabbit said...

Hmmm Zoo keeper now eh!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Well, the first step is to change your banner..."and Kermit!" RG, I seem to remember that the little guys need to hydrate their skin everyday. Think something to soak in. I believe there are people who keep frogs as pets these days. Would a local pet store have information? Frogs are endangered everywhere and it is quite remarkable that you had one in your Jade plant. While you are building the new frog addition to HOR, I would be concerned about him hopping away...and, well, KB waking up.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

RG, www.bbc.co.uk/nature/life/Frog. In the past I have read a lot of articles on the BBC about frogs and the dangers they face. I can't find any now, but best of luck to you and your new little tyke. Maybe he could be called Lucky Frogwartz. Rachel and Speedy have news. BL, what a feel good picture of Benji! We have all been concerned about him. Thank you for the extra watching and accolades.

SixBunnies said...

My niece is somewhat of a froggie expert. I will ask her what she would do. Sweet guy!

SixBunnies said...

Benji, you are the best! The cutest and the sweetest and the most clever! :)

SixBunnies said...

Just spoke with my niece and told her you had a little froggie come in with the plants and it's now too cold to put him back out. He needs water and some small crickets that you can get at the pet supply. I hate to think it but you might have to "disable" the poor crickets so the little guy can get them while he's in the plant. I think, normally, they are in a habitat that the frog can catch up to the cricket in, but in an open house, I'm afraid the cricket would be everywhere in your house except where the frog needed him to be. Good luck!

SixBunnies said...

She had "rehabilitated" a few lost, wandering froggies in a large aquarium with regulated humidity and heat. Looks like he's doing just fine in your plant, though! :)