Maybe you all saw this coming, but I sure didn’t!
To catch you up on our story, I found a tree frog after he’d been SCREECHING at the top of his lungs and after he fell about 15 feet out of a tree in my back yard. He was scraped up a bit but seemed to be alive and I put him in a plastic container (the kind they put soup in at a Chinese carry-out restaurant) with air holes in the lid so he could recuperate overnight indoors. (The temperature dropped below 50 last night and I wasn’t sure the Frog could get somewhere to be safe and comfortable in his condition.) I parked the container on its side on a table in the kitchen. It had a wet paper towel in one end and a piece of cat food in the other end. Frog was pointed nose-in to begin with.
Before I went to bed, I checked on Frog. He had turned around so he was facing nose-out and had ‘shat,’ which I thought was a good sign.
This morning I got up early and went to check on Frog again. The container was empty. My husband woke up before me and was already sitting in the living room watching TV so I asked him if he had released the Frog. He said he hadn’t.
So I have an escaped Frog somewhere in my house with two cats.
My husband points out this is probably a Cuban Tree Frog and they are an invasive species.
What would you have done?
2 thoughts on “part two- the frog escapes”
How rude, I wouldn’t invite over him again! Might he have become cat food thereby completing the circle of life? If so they did a service for Florida. I would not have done anything differently except maybe attaching the lid a little more carefully. You probably were going to set him free in the morning anyway although outside of the house. He/she set his/her own fate.
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