I was getting ready to dump the 'kiddie pools' that I use for my dogs in the summer and I found one had another batch of tadpoles. They are larger in size, so they have been there for a while --- but what do I do with them?? It's getting too cold to let them stay in the pool. If I bring them in (1. my husband will kill me) and 2. it will be a nightmare trying to keep them over the winter. From the last experience trying to raise 3 of my current 4 Gray Tree Frogs from the same batch of tadpoles, they all morph at different stages regardless that they are in the same environment. I really don't have the room for another aquarium, plus all the 'interim' containers for the in-between stages when they can't stay with the tads and aren't ready for the tank with the bigger frogs. Help? I was thinking I could bring them in, feed them real good and take them to the pond up the street from me - would that be a do-able thing, or am I just asking for them to be lunch that way. (Of course if I don't do something, they will just be dead anyway). I can't believe I'm feeling guilty about a handful of tadpoles who's parents laid eggs this late in the season.... Thanks, Frognut Growing more nuttier by the minute.