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Old August 26th 08, 05:53 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
mike d.
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My dwarf lionfish died sometime in the last day or so. I found him missing
today, then found him dead on the floor behind the tank. he either jumped
out or got pulled out by a cat. Yesterday, I think it was, I saw my cat,
which is over fifteen years old, sitting atop my fish tank, looking down
into the water at an open corner near the back of the tank. I chased the cat
off the tank, and didn't think to count my fishes. Now I am thinking I might
have missed a chance to save the fish's life. I cannot believe that a fish
dying could bother me this much. I would rather have lost the cat than the
fish. Mike


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Old October 5th 08, 10:10 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
Aquarium Fish
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Default dwarf lionfish RIP

Sorry for your fish loss, how comes teh cat was not killed by the poision
the fish had?

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"mike d." wrote in message
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My dwarf lionfish died sometime in the last day or so. I found him missing
today, then found him dead on the floor behind the tank. he either jumped
out or got pulled out by a cat. Yesterday, I think it was, I saw my cat,
which is over fifteen years old, sitting atop my fish tank, looking down
into the water at an open corner near the back of the tank. I chased the
cat off the tank, and didn't think to count my fishes. Now I am thinking I
might have missed a chance to save the fish's life. I cannot believe that
a fish dying could bother me this much. I would rather have lost the cat
than the fish. Mike



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Old October 5th 08, 02:02 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
NoSpam
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Default dwarf lionfish RIP


"Aquarium Fish" wrote in message
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Sorry for your fish loss, how comes teh cat was not killed by the
poision the fish had?

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http://www.aquariumfish.me



"mike d." wrote in message
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My dwarf lionfish died sometime in the last day or so. I found him
missing today, then found him dead on the floor behind the tank. he
either jumped out or got pulled out by a cat. Yesterday, I think it
was, I saw my cat, which is over fifteen years old, sitting atop my
fish tank, looking down into the water at an open corner near the
back of the tank. I chased the cat off the tank, and didn't think
to count my fishes. Now I am thinking I might have missed a chance
to save the fish's life. I cannot believe that a fish dying could
bother me this much. I would rather have lost the cat than the
fish. Mike


Cats are evil and **** all over the place. You should get rid of it
anyway.


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Old October 5th 08, 08:11 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
mike d.
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I am not certain that the cat pulled him out of the tank- i only saw the cat
on top of the tank the day before i found the lionfish dried up on the
floor(without any lacerations on it) behind the tank. It is possible the
fish jumped on top of the cover, and the cat heard or saw him flopping up
there, and was just looking at it- or the cat may have had nothing at all to
do with the fish going onto the floor. Of course, it is remotely possible
the cat yanked the fish out of the tank, but that would be without getting
stung, and without marking the fish. Basically, the fish probably simply
jumped out- he had jumped out once before when i was feeding them. Mike.
"Aquarium Fish" wrote in message
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Sorry for your fish loss, how comes teh cat was not killed by the poision
the fish had?

--
http://www.aquariumfish.me



"mike d." wrote in message
...
My dwarf lionfish died sometime in the last day or so. I found him
missing today, then found him dead on the floor behind the tank. he
either jumped out or got pulled out by a cat. Yesterday, I think it was,
I saw my cat, which is over fifteen years old, sitting atop my fish tank,
looking down into the water at an open corner near the back of the tank.
I chased the cat off the tank, and didn't think to count my fishes. Now I
am thinking I might have missed a chance to save the fish's life. I
cannot believe that a fish dying could bother me this much. I would
rather have lost the cat than the fish. Mike





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Old October 6th 08, 01:15 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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"mike d." wrote in message
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I am not certain that the cat pulled him out of the tank- i only saw
the cat on top of the tank the day before i found the lionfish dried
up on the floor(without any lacerations on it) behind the tank. It is
possible the fish jumped on top of the cover, and the cat heard or
saw him flopping up there, and was just looking at it- or the cat may
have had nothing at all to do with the fish going onto the floor. Of
course, it is remotely possible the cat yanked the fish out of the
tank, but that would be without getting stung, and without marking
the fish. Basically, the fish probably simply jumped out- he had
jumped out once before when i was feeding them. Mike.


The cat did it and should be put to death.


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Old October 10th 08, 04:30 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
mike d.
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Default dwarf lionfish RIP

well, if it wasn't for the fact that the cat belonged to my mom, I would
want to kill it too, but I am content to just wait till it dies on it's
own, and not get any more cats. They really are vile animals.Mike.
"NoSpam" wrote in message
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"mike d." wrote in message
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I am not certain that the cat pulled him out of the tank- i only saw the
cat on top of the tank the day before i found the lionfish dried up on the
floor(without any lacerations on it) behind the tank. It is possible the
fish jumped on top of the cover, and the cat heard or saw him flopping up
there, and was just looking at it- or the cat may have had nothing at all
to do with the fish going onto the floor. Of course, it is remotely
possible the cat yanked the fish out of the tank, but that would be
without getting stung, and without marking the fish. Basically, the fish
probably simply jumped out- he had jumped out once before when i was
feeding them. Mike.


The cat did it and should be put to death.




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Old November 13th 08, 04:40 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
Pat Paulson
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Default dwarf lionfish RIP

On Oct 10, 9:30*am, "mike d." wrote:
well, if it wasn't for the fact that the cat belonged to my mom, I would
want to kill it too, but I am content to just wait till it dies *on it's
own, and not get any more cats. They really are vile animals.Mike."NoSpam" wrote in message

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"mike d." wrote in message
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I am not certain that the cat pulled him out of the tank- i only saw the
cat on top of the tank the day before i found the lionfish dried up on the
floor(without any lacerations on it) behind the tank. It is possible the
fish jumped on top of the cover, and the cat heard or saw him flopping up
there, and was just looking at it- or the cat may have had nothing at all
to do with the fish going onto the floor. Of course, it is remotely
possible the cat yanked the fish out of the tank, but that would be
without getting stung, and without marking the fish. Basically, the fish
probably simply jumped out- he had jumped out once before when i was
feeding them. Mike.


The cat did it and should be put to death.- Hide quoted text -


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Drown the freaking cat. Who cares if it was your mommas or not. Just
put it in the tank the lionfish was in and use a snug fitting lid and
call it a sal****rer cat fish. Screw a cat. cats suck like the
majority of folks that used to be in the ramr group, that have
migrated here and other places...........
regards

Tristan
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Old June 25th 11, 12:23 AM
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It is accessible the fish jumped on top of the cover, and the cat heard or saw him flopping up there, and was just searching at it- or the cat may accept had annihilation at all to do with the angle traveling assimilate the floor. Of course, it is accidentally possible the cat yanked the angle out of the tank, but that would be after getting stung, and after appearance the fish.
 




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