Odd I imagine, but when I went into the bathroom a few minutes ago and
lifted the lid, a large, 4-5" red spotted frog (guessing Cuban tree frog)
was looking back at me. Go ahead and laugh, I still am. I stood there
stunned for a few moments, then tried to scoop it out with a glass candle
holder. Before I could, it swam back through the hole. I'm guessing it
came in through the pipe that goes through the roof, as we've seen them in
those pipes before, hanging out Kilroy style. So, toilets haven't been used
since, and frog hasn't popped back up yet. Should I wait and see if it does
and try to catch it again? Assume it's down in the septic tank now? Can it
get back up into the vent pipe if that's how it got in? FWIW, this is
central FL, and in a remarkable cold snap right now. I guess it got in to
warm up. I'm confident it came in through the toilet, somehow, but how I
don't know. We'll hold it for now, hoping we can somehow rescue the poor
thing. Any tips welcome, teasing and laughing understood.
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