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Old 02-22-2014, 11:55 PM   #11
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What would YOU do for your fish?!

I agree, I hope she gets prosecuted to the fullest. Cats will be cats. I don't think anyone on this forum would have gone nearly as far as she did... What she did was cruel.
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Old 02-22-2014, 11:58 PM   #12
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I hope they prosecute that cruel *itch to the fullest extent of the law! So sad! OS.

I agree! I would like to see what punishment she gets. Personally, I hope that she can never own any type of animal again!
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I don't think I would microwave a cat but i did warn my sisters cat that if she ever so much as looks at my tank and licks her lips she will be an outdoor cat. And ive got pretty angry when I have a bag of fish and the temperature in the car gets below 74.
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I don't think I would microwave a cat but i did warn my sisters cat that if she ever so much as looks at my tank and licks her lips she will be an outdoor cat. And ive got pretty angry when I have a bag of fish and the temperature in the car gets below 74.
huh? Your cat drives?
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That would ok as long as they are on a lead....

I think water changes and trying to beat a disease in a QT. It can get a bit soul destroying.
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It was likely a .2 gallon bowl so i think the fish is in a better place now :/
Very true. Same goes for the kitten sadly
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