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Old 09-02-2013, 10:19 AM   #11
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Thank you all. They're having a "funeral" today. My boyfriend and I are burying them with some red roses and some fish flakes. I also wrote a goodbye letter to them all that will be buried with them after being read out loud.
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Old 09-02-2013, 10:21 AM   #12
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At least the remaining ones have survived. The night at least.
Melafix seems to be doing wonders for the breeding pair over at my friend's house. The two at my house aren't getting anything and they seem fine. Happy as can be to be back home with their mom
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:26 AM   #13
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I'm so sorry for your loss we will all be hoping for the best, for your remaining angels.
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:30 AM   #14
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Thank you

On a happier note, I was offered a breeding pair of veil tail koi angels for only 40 dollars.

As long as the fish remain healthy, I will be getting them to replace the pair that had died - thanks to my understand and loving boyfriend
Obviously not for awhile though.
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:34 AM   #15
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Thank you

On a happier note, I was offered a breeding pair of veil tail koi angels for only 40 dollars.

As long as the fish remain healthy, I will be getting them to replace the pair that had died - thanks to my understand and loving boyfriend
Obviously not for awhile though.
thats awesome!!! i plan on getting my first angel pretty soon. I'm picking up a 40 breeder when i get paid on tuesday from the dollar per gallon sale. and another 20 long and another 55 and 3 more tens ;p do you get your angels from a world of fish? i was thinking either that or sea level
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Old 09-02-2013, 12:44 PM   #16
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thats awesome!!! i plan on getting my first angel pretty soon. I'm picking up a 40 breeder when i get paid on tuesday from the dollar per gallon sale. and another 20 long and another 55 and 3 more tens ;p do you get your angels from a world of fish? i was thinking either that or sea level
Where's sea level?
I got all of my angels from world of fish - except some I got from local breeders/Craiglist.
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sea level is in hopkins, they have some really good looking angels. they also have much better prices than a world of fish, but not as much of a variety of fish.
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sea level is in hopkins, they have some really good looking angels. they also have much better prices than a world of fish, but not as much of a variety of fish.
I will definitely try to check it out! Thanks!

I buried my angels. Now I need to get a couple more pretty angels :/
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Are you going to stay simple or are you going to look for pinoy angels
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Not sure. Whatever is available for cheap. My email's been blowing up all day with CL responses so hopefully I've get some nice ones through that.
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