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A rescued fish?
I worked in the pet industry on and off for ten years and that's where it began. It was common for someone to walk in with or call about a fish they could no longer care for. Many such fish were too big for the store, or the store didn't have a desire for them. A lot of the fish I have ever kept, I got this way. The others were referred directly to me from outside sources. I still have a good relationship with a few stores in town, and the ASPCA knows where I am if they need me. It has no formal channels yet, but that's what we are working toward.
Re: A rescued fish?
Originally Posted by Aquaticdesignsp
And just before you laid dead weight upon its shores, I stung you in the face for that's the nature of my core.
that is an awsome setup! how do you feed them? wat do you feed them? how often do you feed them? how many do you have? wouldnt they fight with eachother? i think it is great that you care for them sooo much! how long did it take to get all those fish? if you bought them from a fish breeder how much would they cost? which is your fav? sorry for so many questions but its really interesting. 8)
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