Today I was in the garden picking strawberries. Then I noticed a large toad hopping around on the ground with a large tube looking thing attached to it. I ran over and realized that the tube was in fact a garter snake trying to eat the toad. The poor toad was all bloody and leaving a bloody trail. It's entire left arm was in the snake's throat. I let nature run it's course but I was interested of how the process would work out so I stayed and watched. Suddenly the snake let go of it's prey and slithered off in search of some other poor creature to attempt to digest. After some pondering I grabbed the toad, set up a toad-cage, and set to work fixing this toad up. I cleaned the toad off (ugghhh, snake snot, dirt and blood!) and put poly-sporin on a cut on the toad's belly. Then, I fed the toad 2 worms, a spider, and a slug. The toad hasn't aten them yet, in fact the slug decided that the toad was the best shelter so I took up residence under the toad's belly. The toad also has a shallow water dish to wade into (which it has). Hopefully the toad survives. If you have experience keeping toads, please send me your tips!