Remember the frog that a man found in his salad a few weeks ago? Named "Tony," the tiny tree frog was still and cold, and Simon Curtis, the man who found him, posted about it on Twitter, seeking advice about how to help the little guy. He ended up with thousands of followers and well-wishers giving advice, so he kept the frog in a hermit crab home, feeding him worms until the cold temperatures cleared and it was safe for the frog to go back outside.
Curtis says that he wasn't allowed to have pets as a child, so this was an experience he'd always yearned for. Since then, he's adopted Tony as his own pet, and he's been gifted a giant terrarium with temperature control to give Tony a very nice home. Tony eats crickets and seems to be living a content life. Curtis says when he was a child, he was comforted by a stuffed tree frog when he had cancer, and both he and Tony are lucky to be alive.
What a heartwarming story! It's nice that Tony survived the salad, and that Curtis has the pet he always wanted. Have you heard of any other great frog stories lately? Share them in the chat.