Six so far have hatched in my houseplant...

by Baerbel
(Sebastopol, CA)

..and I am not kidding you. Someone please explain to me how this might have happened!

Every week and a half or so one of them 'talks' to me - loudly I may add.
The first time there were 2 frogs of about the same size clinging to the wall of the decorative pot my plant sits in. I released them near the back faucet and wished them a good life.
This morning I released number six. Number three was quite small, the others a little smaller than the 'parents' as I came to think of them.
Maybe I should have kissed one...who knows.

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NOOO!
by: Anonymous

There just lonely or cold buy a tank and put a soft towel or even a blanket and put it in the dryer for a couple mins than put the blanket into the tank and release the frogs in the tank and see what happens

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