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Anyone else have kids or other pets that interact with their frogs? Not in a physical sense, of course. While I don't have kids, my cat likes to sit on the char next to the azureus tank (it's feline proof, of course) and watch them go about their business. They, on the other hand, totally ignore her.
 

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Every now and then my cat will watch them, but not often. Now my kids like to help feed them and the tads.

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Anyone else have kids or other pets that interact with their frogs? Not in a physical sense, of course. While I don't have kids, my cat likes to sit on the char next to the azureus tank (it's feline proof, of course) and watch them go about their business. They, on the other hand, totally ignore her.
 

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I have a metal stand in a nook in my kitchen. The top tank is for my terrapin and the bottom tank is a quarantine tank for darts. Ever since we have put in the bottom tank I catch my dog watching the darts if they are out and about. It's pretty cute, she'll just stand their staring at them.

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My cat has sat and watched my auratus before and they seem as interested in him as he is in them.He has been shot with water enough to know not to mess with them,lol
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One of my dogs pays a lot of attention to the enclosures and tads on the
lower 2 shelves of our racks. I used to get worried that she would knock something over, but she just sniffs and watches them.
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my frogs dont like my dog, whenever he comes in the room, he licks the glass and they get really freaked out and hide, it's kinda funny,
 

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My african bullfrog is a lower tank on a stand and when my pug comes around, he sees food. She flips out and tears out of the room.
 
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We just acquired a kitten for our 12 month old son. The kitten seems to enjoy batting at my azureus...it tries it'd hardest to get to them. The azureus seem to not even notice. My son, Andrew, on the other hand, has to be watched very closely as he likes taking my laminated ID placards off of the tanks and slide them across the floor saying 'crawg' crawg' over and over. Every time he sees or hears a frog he says 'CRAWG' lol.

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kyle1745 said:
Sarah,
Is that a russian blue? Love those cats, plan to get one someday.
No, he's just a pretty cat with an attitude. One of his parents was a Manx and both of his siblings had no tail but he was the odd ball (because he had a tail).

He's always interested in the frogs but I'm not sure if it's because they peek his interest or because he's always underfoot and wants to see what we are doing. The other cat can generally care less about the frogs.......
 
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