- Jul 22, 2002
I brought all my Ts home for christmas break. I kept them in the living room temporarily before my brothers and sisters and their husbands, wives, and children get back to my parents' house. Somehow, my A seemanni got out of the cage 2 days before my sister and her family arrived. By the way, her husband is an arachnophobe. I had to call her up and tell her about it so they could prepare. Luckily, I found her (the T) the in the morning of the day my sister arrived, so everything turned out to be a happy ending. Afterward, my parents' place was filled with people so I asked my parents if I could keep the Ts in their room and they agreed. Everything went smoothly until this morning when I was getting ready to go back to school. I found the cage, once again, openned and there was nothing inside. I am now in my school dorm and my T is still somewhere in my parents' room, which is now unoccupied as my parents decided to move to another room in the house temporarily. Can you believe it? 2 escapes in such a short time. Hopefully my parents won't panic and react violently to the T when it shows itself to them.