Well, we had a bit of an...issue with one of our tarantulas. I was trying to get out the dead cricket from my Avicularia Versicolor's enclosure and was doing it on my desk. My dad took the tweezers and he tried. It wasn't a long enough pair of tweezers to make this easy. Anyways, the Versicolor sling was just sitting there. It watched us start ruining its "masterpiece" to get to a rotting carcass when it suddenly gave a threat/defensive posture. My dad freaked out and pulled the tweezers from the vial. A strand of web was still stuck to the tweezers, and the tarantula was right in the middle of it :wall: . It started climbing the strand to the tweezers (like that rope-walking thing people do, but upside down). I didn't want to try and catch it because the tweezers were on my bed and there was a gap between my desk and bed that was so deep, it could kill it before it hits the floor. So, I started curling the web string around the vial. Finally, the Versicolor got onto the vial. We put the vial on the ground and got the cricket out. Then, the Versicolor jumped from the side onto the floor. We tilted the vial sideways and tried doing that stupid technique of leading aggressive Ts into a shipping container, but then the Versi zoomed up my dad's arm. He shook it and it fell on the floor. I was so scared that it was dead. Then, I tried to get it inside. I kind of half-closed the lid and used the open part to push the Versicolor in. It ran in the vial and I closed the lid. WAIT! It's not over. So I was holding the vial and slowly tilting it when our dog slid inside (long story) and started barking at us. This time, I was the one who put my Versicolor's life in jeopardy. My hand, due to the reaction of the bark, flicked the vial back to its upwards position very quickly. The Versicolor was on another strand of web and safely parachuted onto the substrate. Poor thing, I feel like a jerk. That must have been traumatizing (for all of us).