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Old 10-10-2012, 04:33 PM   #11
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My cat once destroyed a crab lol.
Cats seem to like the things we keep in aquariums lol
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Yea I know! I was doing a water change then I heard this scraping on the floor. Went outside and the cat had eaten the crab. Lol.
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Lol thats to funny sorry bout the crab though
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One of mine loves the fish tank.
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The chlorine is used to sanitize our equipment.
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The chlorine is used to sanitize our equipment.
That makes sense
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My cat once destroyed a crab lol.
I used to have a Maine coone, if you are familiar with the breed you know how much they love water!

So one day, lids off the tank, doing a water change, with my Kitty sitting nearby watching like she always did. I was in the kitchen temp matching my new water when I hear SPLASH! Then a scurry across the floor. I'm thinking she just wanted to feel the water or something. Go back to the tank to see what the heck she did, didn't see anything but a trail of water. I follow said trail about 30 feet, when I find my crabs claw. About ten more feet, I find an eyeball and a leg. I follow the rest of the trail into my bed where I find her soaking wet snacking on my poor crab. I couldn't help but laugh! From that day forward I ended up locking her in my room during water changes.
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