How we found my little frog!

by lauren
(united states)

Well i found a little frog in my garden but it looked hurt so we took him down to the pet store and we found out it was not a wild frog! it turns out in was a pet that must have escaped from it's habitat and he was not used to the wild so that's why he was hurt. We ended up keeping him as our pet and now he lives peacefully in his little house we made for him.

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Jun 21, 2013
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Thats great
by: Lynda

So glad you are looking after him

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