Eddie came to visit - again!

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Eddie came to visit - again!

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We have a homing lizard - Eddie Lizard we have named it. It's a lounge lizard because it seems attracted to our lounge floor and likes to play with the cats who are fascinated by it. This is the third time it's been to visit and we can't seem to find out where it gets in. So it's the usual routine- put the cats in the kitchen so they can't hurt it, catch it- usually under a chair, carry it in cupped hands and out the window into the window box.
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How can you be sure it's the same lizard they all look the same to me :lol:
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You mean those small lizards that can run up walls? We had a few, they like damp conditions I think. Like those tiny green frogs - we found one asleep in the bathroom under a damp facecloth.
We used to have a toad who came in at night and pooed in the dog's drinking bowl.

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PatF wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 10:04 am
You mean those small lizards that can run up walls?
Wall lizards :D

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mysty wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:02 am
How can you be sure it's the same lizard they all look the same to me :lol:
Plonker! They're not all called Eddie, are they?

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Ally wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 11:14 am
mysty wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 8:02 am
How can you be sure it's the same lizard they all look the same to me :lol:
Plonker! They're not all called Eddie, are they?
Do you have anything to back up your propoprous claim.
And that's about the lizard not the plonker bit 8-)
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Easily tested. Shout "Eddie" and see how many react.

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Eddie is my husband's name - I'm going to ask him what he was doing at your house, Fitter.

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PatF wrote:
Thu Feb 28, 2019 4:11 pm
Eddie is my husband's name - I'm going to ask him what he was doing at your house, Fitter.
And what's more - can you ask him how he gets into the lounge?
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He says, that's his secret. Hes not telling.

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