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    0 Not allowed!
    Why is it that people talking about euthanising(hope i spelt it right) a fish..it is totally off topic....see its just easy give it off to a lfs for free but please make sure they will take care of them..probably a good lfs its just that simple...or if you could afford an 30 G tank then that would house both your fishes...its your choice
    It is better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

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    0 Not allowed!
    Quote Originally Posted by goleafs
    A 20 gallon's not too bad for 2 goldfish just do a lot of water changes. It's supposed to be something like 20 gallons per goldfish though. I made a stupid mistake of accepting someones "cycling goldfish" and put them in my 15 gallon that I had just setup (I was 8) and they have been fine ever since. That being said they were going to be flushed and I still don't really think it's 100% right keeping them in a 15 gallon.
    I totally agree with you..depending on the size of your fish if they do fit in your tank then keep them till you find them a new home or you could provide them a new home...please uinderstand that 30 G that I suggested is for a grown gold fish as they need 20G for the first fish and 10G thereafter
    It is better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven

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    0 Not allowed!
    Yeah and we in the Philippines suffered because of that.
    http://www.americanchronicle.com/articles/10714
    http://rel.betterwebber.com/

    Nurse by night, programmer when okay, teacher by day, Phish all the way!

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