didn't take a picture of Rosco today because he hasn't changes any since his last photo.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Friday, June 12, 2009
(sorry its kind of blurry I took 16 pictures of the tadpoles and this one was the best one of Kermit)
Wednesday, June 10, 2009
Why you might ask don't I just put him on the floor? I've tried that but he is very very determined and what I end up with is claws in my leg as he climbs his way back up instead of jumping. He is also very very old. He is older then my kids even older then my marriage. I adopted him in California in 1991. I was in the Air Force at the time and living in the dorms. (You are not suppose to have pets in the dorm but I couldn't resist the cute little kitten in need of a home) He went to live with my sister for a little while then he moved in with my mom when I cross trained from Areospace Ground Equipment into a Loadmaster for the C-141. After a year living at McGuire my future Hubby and I bought a trailer and Fitz came to live with us permanently. You are looking at a cat that has lived in more states then most Americans have visited. Here is a list. California, Arizona, Ohio (for a week) New Jersey, Arkansas and New York. With some sleep overs in the states inbetween as we moved from state to state. I don't really know how much longer Fitz has with me so if he wants lots of loving I'm going to give it to him. He has been my best friend for many many years.
Thursday, June 4, 2009
This one is a little blurry but you can see both back legs
Rosco doesn't have legs yet
Here is some shots of their future home. Once they become frogletts they will be too big for the little frog habitat so we have a take all set up for them.
The land part isn't quite ready I've been trying to get moss to grow but haven't had much luck. Someone told me I should try growning it from seeds so I've been trying to find some.
The water part looks great with plenty of places for the frog to explore and hide. There are live plants in there to help keep the water clean.