- 11 Nov 2013
even though this is a fish tank forum dogs are easily the best pets! tanks are cool but they don't have your back like a dog haha
Haha something like that, they spend much time there.. But in reality it's a more like an attention disorder.. Since i have 3 tanks now i need to devide the daily attention i give over 3 tanks and 2 cats. I try my best but still they feel kinda neglected and just solve their problem like that.. The positive side is the fish got used to them hanging and moving around close to the tank lots of time a day they became less scitish.He, he, Zozo. I think they are discussing your fish tanks......
Dark cat: "Which fish tank is your favourite?"
Ginger cat: " If you leave me alone, I'll fetch you a fish dinner"
A few years back my clown loaches used to be so skittish they'd hide if I am any near the tank. Yet, my dog used to sit next to the fish tank and lick the glass and the clowns took no notice of it whatsoever,The positive side is the fish got used to them hanging and moving around close to the tank lots of time a day they became less scitish.
A few years back my clown loaches used to be so skittish they'd hide if I am any near the tank. Yet, my dog used to sit next to the fish tank and lick the glass and the clowns took no notice of it whatsoever,
What cats talk in our absence:
I have come across friendly ones but a lot of them are like my ralph! Great companion thoughThis is one breed I used to make any excuse not to have come into my grooming salon. The Patterdale cross I did a couple of times a year was bad enough, it just barked constantly, but other pure Patterdales that darkened my door were vicious little gits. No bite inhibition at all!
Yeah, I've seen many in lets say less than favourable conditions! Not this one though, he lives the life of Riley. It was one of those "free" rabbits that ended up costing circa £1200.00. Someone got it to put with an existing rabbit not realising unless they were brought up together they will fight or you need to introduce them to each other very gradually. Bought a hutch and all the other bits and bobs but I'm not a big fan off seeing them in cages so tried to let it out and about in the garden, my fence had gaps between the uprights which looked like there was no chance the rabbit would fit through but somehow it did! He's mainly fur so looks bigger than he actually is. Anyway, several failed escape attempts later in which I was extremely lucky by it running into dead ends in other peoples gardens and me catching it I put a new fence round the garden for it with stone faces and panels with no gaps so it has freedom of the garden.Rabbits make great pets but too many spend their lives in horrendous conditions, I think the all to common 'tiny rabbit hutches' should be banned from sale!
Yours looks well loved and happy though
Then it shows its gratitude by waiting until I'm busy doing a water change on my tank yesterday and digging a hole in my flower beds to lie in, I think it tries to get some cool mud on hot days. Now I'll have to sort that out before my missus gets home and wants to put it in a pan for me not keeping an eye on itGood on you mate