This has to be THE BEST post ever. Wow. We want Äiti to change the desktop background to one of these froggy in the mouth photos. All hail Frog-Player and Slayer Marley Dude.We loves froggies too, and had about three of them this year. they were not as big as yours but the legs were indeed tasty. Yummy yummy.And we notice it takes a MANCAT to do all this, hehehehe.
I bet frogs are lots of fun to play with! It is too dry where we live to get any.
Oooh ick. I don't like these big pics you've got on your blog now showing deaded things up close. I mean - great job Marley on catching it and providing such an excellent tutorial to help others, but ... please, no more for a little while!MeganSydney, Australia
Ooh! Our froggies are always on the other side of the glass, but now we know what to do if we can ever get our paws on one.
If you hear loud screams it's our Mum - she doesn't like "things" without fur!!Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
We don't find many frogs round here, but if we do, we'll know what to do now.The Paw Relations
PAWSOME MARLEY!!!We laffed and laffed at the one picture of you looking into the camera with the froggy in your mouf! Wowza where can we get a froggy, Ping wants to try frog legs out!!!
Marley! What a great catch and you do it all so expertly!
I am sorry.... I am a wuss and couldn't look
Good catch Marley! We get mostly toads here and you don't want to hold them by either end because they taste bad and make your mouth go frothy.
Nós preferimos passarinhos e ratos, nunca pegamos uma rã, mas você é um bom caçador.
Poor Marley! You gots a frog in your throat pal!
We bow to you as the master frog-slayer!Our Mommy would squeal and let the froggie go. She ruins all our fun!
Good catchin' Marley!!!
So that's why froggies have such loooooooong legs!
We don't think we have ever seen a frog and we know we have never tasted frog legs, cuz Teri doesn't take us to expensive restaurants, hahameow!
Watch out with frogs Marley, I caught one once that had nasty skin that blistered my mouth. ~Socks
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