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Old 07-07-2014, 03:01 PM   #11
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I don't mind as long as they don't shatter my lids and electrocute my fish.


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Old 07-07-2014, 03:06 PM   #12
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My kitten used to jump on top all the time.. Knocking filter lids off and such.. i added a finnex led which is apparently a bit hot for her liking and she stays away now.. on the other one I have a fan cooling the lights and that seems to scare her off too..it also blows cat hair away woo-hoo

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No cats allowed near the tanks. They can view from a respectful distance. Same for my bird cages. No Cats allowed too close.

I have squirt guns and will escalate.


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I missed the cat part when I first read it. That's why I'm her xD
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I missed the cat part when I first read it. That's why I'm her xD

Haha, although my tank is very clean. Lol


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When I do a wc on my saltwater and I'm starting the siphon, it sucks when I get a full mouthful of dirty saltwater. Lol
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Yeah I hate that, I usually just start it by lifting the cylinder. But when it just won't start and I have to start it on my own I often get a disgusting taste of my water.


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I don't use the cylinder because it doesn't work so well for sand.
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It makes a difference not using it? Two of my tanks have sand.


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For me I get more suction.
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