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Found Frog (European Fire Bellied Toad)

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Posted by: gnogne at Sun Nov 4 17:47:44 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by gnogne ]  
   

Hi,

I found a European Fire Bellied Toad on the sidewalk, not moving at all, first I thought it was dead.
It seemed dehydrated, so I soaked it from the neck down in some water (taken from a neighbors fish tank).
It is moving a little bit again, after about 2 hours.
Now i am wondering: Is there anyone in Seattle who has a terrarium and wants to nurse it back to health?
Or knows anyplace i could contact. We don't really want a new pet and don't have the equipment.

Please answer quickly, i don't really know what to do with it and don't know if it will survive for long.

Thanks for your help. Chris


   

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