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Old 12-09-2005, 11:57 AM   #1
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Goldfish gets cosmetic surgery


This story is both crazy and amazing at the same time!!!

Would anyone consider doing this for their goldfish?

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omg.. thats hilarous... i mean, they actually intubated the fish!!! LOL.. amazing.
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wow, that's crazy!
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Uh, no. I would not.
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I probably would, I don't know if I would say it is strictly cosmetic surgury. I had a benign tumor too, ended up if it wasn't removed i woulda lost a leg. I'm a firm believer after my incident if it's not suppossed to be there remove it. I would do it for my dog, I don't see why I wouldn't do it for my fish.
That is so cool how the fish was intubated.
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