Oh no I love frogs too much to give them as food to anyone. I may have used them to help in scenting pinky mice for stubborn snakes (by gently rubbing the pinky mouse on the back of the frog) but I would never feed a frog to a snake. Wild animals eating them is one thing, that is part of nature, but there is no reason to feed them to any captive animal. I am thinking more of a Harry Potter and chocolate frog themed thing. Maybe I can make a replica of the chocolate frog box and get shots of him with it.
If I had all the animals I wanted as spoiled pets I'd have to keep them in separate rooms because they'd all try to eat each other. Bats, frogs, toads, owls, crows, diamond doves, buggies, geckos, then all the dog breeds I like. I wish I could have batty pets and owls. It's funny, other then dogs and a few of the birds I've had all the animals I like or want are indifferent to being cared for and I don't try to force them into a 'Snow White' animal ideal, I know they're rather anti-social and that's fine with me, I'll just give them what they need to be healthy and happy and leave them alone. I care for my toady but I know he has no capacity to care about another animal, he just wants a she-toad.
I have to say that I definitely have been pretty lucky and have been able to own a lot of the animals I like...at least when it comes to herptiles. I have also been able to own and breed a few species of birds, like finchs and cockatiels. I don't have any birds right now, and I do miss having them, but maybe in a few months I can get one again..maybe a parakeet. They are cute too and I had one when I was little. Believe it or not a lot of herptiles can be quite social with their owners. At least when food is involved. All of my frogs are used to being hand feed so they really have no fear of me and some come right out of hidding as soon as they see me...looking for a hand out of course. Even my male green anole lizard. He will "beg" for food when he is hungry and sees me in the room.
The hubby's turtles are always very interested in what we are doing. I never thought a turtle could have a personality but the female acts like a diva and is so demanding and the poor little male acts like a particularly easy going dog. They tell us when they want fed and when they want their light on, the antics those two get up to.