“Most mornings, Jabba would be in my shoe. She preferred the left shoe but sometimes slept in the right one,” Sita explained. “Sometimes she would disappear for a few days and I would think she was gone. Then one morning, she would be back in one of my shoes.”
One evening, when Sita took the dogs out for their last pee before bed, Jabba was on the back porch. It got so used to its new home and its housemates, the toad was not concerned about the dogs at all, even when two of them went over to check her out.
“Once in a while at night, I would find Jabba in the backyard by the large earth pond. I told it to be careful because there was no shortage of snakes and other predators (raccoons, fox, coyotes, bobcats, feral hogs, and owls).”