They are really easy keepers, but you have to mist them a couple of times a day, which is no problem. They love it misty in their cage. They just eat crickets, about 12 each a week, which isn't that expensive, crickets here are about a dollar a dozen. They cost $49.99 each. And their cage was about $130.00 all made up. I will try to post a picture of the cage later. It was a bit expensive on the initial set up, but I was crazy that day. They can be housed alone, and initially I walked out of the petstore with just one, only to be driving back an hour and a half later for his little friend! LOL. I think everyone should have a friend. I thought my husband would have had a cow, but he really likes them! He has welcomed them into the house. No problem! And, I didn't know my other posts' pictures had been deleted. . . go figure, Photobucket is funny sometimes. I will get some photos up soon. Anyway, during the day, these little guys curl up into little balls and you wouldn't even know that they are froggies! I will get a picture of that too and post it soon. It is awesome. And they don't move much. So if you are looking for an active frog, they are not the frog for you. They do their hunting and moving around at night. But, they are really cool. I'm still waiting for mine to "get used to their new home" and I think that they will move around alot more. Most of my other frogs usually took a couple of months before they would actively move around in their new homes and let me actually "see" them! LOL.