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In Memory of Enzo


It is with a very heavy heart that I bring this news. About a year and a half ago I was asked to foster a frog named Enzo. He was 2 1/2 yrs old, deaf, had skin allergies, and was diagnosed with Addison's disease. All that being said, he was a wonderful little man who was a virtual truck! He had no idea he was sick and didn't care for anyone to tell him so.

I quickly learned that he had a few quirks. He had an imaginary friend that lived in the corner of his crate. It was the funniest thing to see him go in his crate, and head straight for the back corner and bark and bark. I had to look a few times to see what he was barking about, and when I noticed there was nothing there…all I could do was laugh.

He was adopted in September 2008, and was quickly taken away in October 2008. He was poisoned by mushrooms in the yard that I guess he thought were very tasty. They had no idea what was wrong with him and the vet was not able to save him. To say I was/am in shock is putting it mildly.

Take care of your frog and others. They can slip away from us way too fast. Enzo's foster mama