View Full Version : Moving House - All of my beautiful angelfish must go ASAP to expert homes!!!!

07-26-2017, 02:34 PM
Hi everyone,

I am growing increasingly desperate as time is running out! It breaks my heart to write this, but all of my angelfish that I have been nurturing as a hobby for around 6 years must go as I am moving house. In total I have 3 breeding pairs, two of which still have their children with them, and quite a few single adults. They are all in wonderful condition. They must go to professional and experienced homes as I would hate for them to go to an amateur! And I would also like an assurance if you take them that they won't be sold on or given to any amateurs or shops. My breeding pairs are 20 for a pair, and all the other angels are FREE! I also have a trinidad pleco, 4 pink coloured skirt tetra (unfortunately dyed, but I did not know this at the time), an assortment of other tetras, a blue gourami, and a yo-yo loach, all of which are also FREE!

If you want to view them please e-mail me ASAP and I'll give you my phone number and address. I am located in London. If you want to take them you will have to arrange for a collection yourself before 31st July 2017!!!!!!!!! and bring your own bags. I have 6 fish tanks of varying sizes if you are also interested in buying these and some ornaments too - these, however, are not free.
You can see more photos by clicking on the following link: http://www.uk-angelfishforum.org.uk/t979-moving-house-all-of-my-beautiful-angelfish-must-go-asap-to-expert-homes-before-31st-july-2017

07-26-2017, 05:47 PM
Sorry to hear about your problem.
I would contact London aquarium society (https://www.londonaquariasociety.com/). (https://www.londonaquariasociety.com/) . That is likely the quickest way to find an expert home in the London area.

07-27-2017, 01:54 AM
Thank you!

07-29-2017, 02:25 AM
Oh dear! I am based in London (England) not London (Ontario). Are there any options for me closer to home?

07-29-2017, 03:16 AM
Sorry. I didnt think about the one in Canada and assumed that it was London UK:

Try http://www.british-cichlid.org.uk
or you migth find someone quicker using their FB https://www.facebook.com/groups/BritishCichlidAssociation/

Law Dog
07-29-2017, 05:00 PM
I so wish you were closer to me as I'd definitely take a pair. I hope you can find a good home for them.

07-30-2017, 12:10 PM
Thank you for your help!

I have managed to extend the deadline to 6th August 2017 to give myself a bit more time to find good homes for them, but this is the only extension I've been able to get. If anyone out there knows of anyone in the UK who is experienced and will give them a good home, please let me know.

01-09-2018, 01:16 PM
I know this is late, and you have been able to have angel fish adopted, but in case; if not, try


www.fishforums.net)...) New World Cichlids

www.angelfish.co.uk This one is local in London
i'm very sorry you have had to have your Angelfish adopted. when you are attached to animals, they are part of the family and separation can be extremely traumatic. I really hope you were able to find good homes.