Did I miss the story with the frogs? Did you rescue them from somewhere or something? Why wouldn't they be croaking?
Oh! Yes, the story behind the frogs:
About 8 months ago, in May, our science teacher brought an ugly little pot to class, and inside she had about 5 tadpoles, a small frog, and some dead specimens, and she was showing us what frogs looked like. By the end of the week, only three little guys were left, so I asked her if she had any intention in keeping them, because if she didn't I would be very happy to look after them.
She said I could get them after school, so when I got back from the sports centre, I took the stinky pot home. I thought I would buy them a more respectable home, so I fixed them up with a tank, and a sponge and whatnot, and set them free in my new tank - and the tadpoles all became frogs. ^_^ Then one day, one of the frogs disappeared, so I suspect it got eaten by another. Until today, there have been two frogs, one noticeably bigger than the other, and they haven't died yet.
They are the "Lab frogs". I am so excited about the croaking because I had always wanted them to croak, and they had never done so before, so it was quite exciting.
When I went on holiday to Cádiz, I brought back three seperate tadpoles and a frog, but the frog ate the tadpoles, and then he died. http://www.blogagotchi.com/spiffy/Pet%2BBlog/l]http://www.blogagotchi.com/spiffy/Pet%2BBlog/
That is my "Pet Blog", where I keep some news about my pets.
After a lot of searching, I found this
in my blog, which is the exact entry where I wrote about getting the frogs (bottom of the entry). The first bit is the vistory of Seville winning the UEFA. ^_^ I prefer Betis, but that was good nonetheless.