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Old 06-09-2013, 10:43 PM   #181
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Yup instantly was trying to eat him.. And he just ran away.. He was that much smaller. But he was new so he was prob spooked.. My rainbow shark loves blood worms
Sometimes, I see them "sucking" on the substrate/glass like plecos, does that mean they are eating something in the substrate? Is the Oscar better now?
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I love all their headshots! Cute dogs!
+1 for cute dogs. I like pic 2 the best. The dog is prob thinking like "hey man, trying to get my sleep here!" Lol.
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Sometimes, I see them "sucking" on the substrate/glass like plecos, does that mean they are eating something in the substrate? Is the Oscar better now?
No he's not really better. I deff shouldve not put him in the 180 so early but I guess If i put him with my cat to begin with, I ultimately wouldve lost him anyways. So sticking him back in the 180 didn't help. But he is still alive(kinda) he's made it over 24hrs. I'm waiting to get my bubble curtain in when I move my cat to that. So maybe he needs more aeration.
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No he's not really better. I deff shouldve not put him in the 180 so early but I guess If i put him with my cat to begin with, I ultimately wouldve lost him anyways. So sticking him back in the 180 didn't help. But he is still alive(kinda) he's made it over 24hrs. I'm waiting to get my bubble curtain in when I move my cat to that. So maybe he needs more aeration.
Hopefully they get used to each other and become "playmates".
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ID:	179337 have not worked the pics bfr so not sure if you Guys can see this one, but this is one of my pets, her name is Toffi, she is very overweight, 12 yrs old and sweet as can be. She is a tortoiseshell whom we rescued when she was just a baby lost in the neighbour's bushes in a bad storm back in 2001, sick and lost, no one ever claimed her... And she just stayed with our family cats as one of our own became 100% indoors after 2nd round of antibiotic for bowel infection. Toffi never gets tired of being petted and rubbed, NEVER!!! And she has the loudest purr! The vet can never perform his auscultation exam on her as her purring obscures the exam she even purred through her first shots! Perfect, sweet, fat kitty girl! I adore her!
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have not worked the pics bfr so not sure if you Guys can see this one, but this is one of my pets, her name is Toffi, she is very overweight, 12 yrs old and sweet as can be. She is a tortoiseshell whom we rescued when she was just a baby lost in the neighbour's bushes in a bad storm back in 2001, sick and lost, no one ever claimed her... And she just stayed with our family cats as one of our own became 100% indoors after 2nd round of antibiotic for bowel infection. Toffi never gets tired of being petted and rubbed, NEVER!!! And she has the loudest purr! The vet can never perform his auscultation exam on her as her purring obscures the exam she even purred through her first shots! Perfect, sweet, fat kitty girl! I adore her!
She is absolutely adorable!!! She definitely looks fat. Lol. She also looks very fun to pet.
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this is my cat Oreo, my mom adopted him before me and my brother were born so he is around 16yrs old!
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this is one of my favorite pictures of him! he really hates his picture taken!
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this is my cat Oreo, my mom adopted him before me and my brother were born so he is around 16yrs old!
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