- Thu Jun 18, 2020 11:17 am
Based on everything you have said, the pics you've posted, and looking back at Dallas area weather over the last two weeks, it's the young possum looking for water.
To me, the holes look ragged, chewed through. There is some crushing damage in a couple of spots, and the holes start where the liquid level is. In one pic you can see the liquid in a pitcher, so you know they're full. Last, the weather in the Dallas area has been up into the 90's with no precipitation, so the pitchers are the water source for the critter. It couldn't get at the water from the top, so it made it more accessible.
If you want to prevent any more damage and save your plant, either find a way to protect it, or get rid of the possum.
Everything happens for a reason. Sometimes the reason is that I make bad decisions.