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Old 10-18-2005, 01:04 AM   #11
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get an oscar

Dimidiochromis compressiceps,
Astatotilapia latifasciata
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Labidochromis caeruleus
Cynotilapia afra 'Cobue'
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Aulunocara stuartgranti 'chipoka'
Labidochromis freibergi
Oreochromis mossambicus
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Originally Posted by DeFeKt
get an oscar
I was thinking wolf fish, myself....

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that is a beautiful tank zagz.....healthy looking cats to....my older cat (scooter) drinks from the tanks but the fish seem to realize the threat and go deep accept for the pleco i lost, so im not to worried to much about the drinking
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I have eight fish tanks most of which are in my 'fish room' I have one 'show' tank in my front room which is reserved for my very best fish.
I have had my cat, paprika, for about six months she watchs the fish tanks sometimes with interest, sitting on the back of a chair occasionally swipeing a paw in the tanks direction but apart from this she has been ok, never tried to catch any fish.
She sleeps in the front room, which also has a cage with rats in too!
if wishes were fishes....
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lol....i wouldnt get many more cats if i were u.....hopefully u have a kitten that might be allright raised around each other
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*cough* If you have cats, you might want to join AA's sister site www.felineadvice.com

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My cats ignore my tanks. They do like to look at my RES. I guess the fish are not enough fun for them.

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