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The Art of Goldfish
B. G. Rand

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10 Steps to
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B. G. Rand

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Diagnose & Rescue Procedures 10 Steps
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10 Steps to Easy
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B. G. Rand

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Golden Goldfish Rules
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23-09-2014 09:38
We're all living on borrowed time. Frown

21-09-2014 08:11
It may have been a different story for him if he'd been neutered. It's a shame, but such is life.

21-09-2014 07:58
feral was fully intact- our poor guy is not and he was worn out guarding his bowl LOL !!!

20-09-2014 18:24
Read my post! I have NITRATES!!!

20-09-2014 10:05
If it was neutered, it didn't move on, unless it's to that big cat heaven in the sky. lol

20-09-2014 01:09
hmmm feral hasn't been back in ages so perhaps he's moved on. Phewwww

12-09-2014 10:32
He's gotta go, and soon.

12-09-2014 10:31
Just because a cat is feral doesn't make them vicious, but some are. I'm dealing with one right now. It's come after me 3 times, and is always after the other cats that come up. Angry

12-09-2014 10:30
Wowza; 100 k? That makes it pretty hard for most people. I guess people drop their parents off and then disappear. lol Too bad about the wild cat, but I understand.

12-09-2014 08:30
hard part was bringing my cat with me. She got beaten up by a feral, twice $1200 in vet bills. Trapped the lil sucker and took him to the pound. He was the neighbors cat but they had let him go feral,

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Caring for Goldfish

Caring for Goldfish

Caring for goldfish is easy once you learn just what to do. Goldfish require much more care than most of us have been led to believe. They cannot live in bowls; they need a lot of space to grow. The perfect home for a goldfish is a pond, but since this may not be a practical solution; most of us keep our goldfish indoors in tanks and aquariums. If you want your goldie to live a long healthy life, learn the basics to goldfish care. Goldfish aquariums need filtration and surface action; your goldfish home must have completed the nitrogen cycle in order for the water to be safe or carbon must be used in a filter to absorb ammonia. Many goldfish will be poisoned by ammonia, which is produced mostly by decaying food and fish pooh. If ammonia is present; beneficial bacteria form to feed on it. These friendly bugs make the conversions for us. We call this process the nitrogen cycle.

Goldfish require cooler and heavily oxygenated water.

Goldfish spend most of their time on the bottom of the tank, searching for food or hovering just off the bottom, resting. If you see them at the surface; this may be sign there isn't enough oxygen in your tank water.

Most new goldfish die from ammonia poisoning or they suffocate; don't let this happen to your fish.

Goldfish Behavior

Caring for Goldfish

How to Care for Goldfish

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Author: Brenda Rand


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