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post #31 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-08-2012, 09:36 AM
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ChoclateBetta yes, I mean it is a good idea. If you know your stuff, has confidence in it and are still willing to learn whilst teaching - then you know your stuff. Somehow I have a betta that is not mine chilling in my house with me because he is sick but apparently I'm "that fish person" you could do something like a rescue in your area maybe? Brings awareness - or even starting out with non-vicious videos, slides, pamphlets etc ;)

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I have a senior fluff ball cat, and 8 fish all of whom I love dearly. Getting rid of them would just be a no. My pets are my happy pills, just their side effects are less severe. :]
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my signature explains it all, all animals should be treated with respect and equally

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Now I had to rehome my animals... But because he guy stranded me from home, and I had a week before I had to move so I did my best for the fish, beardie and cat - so I do understand some circumstances that come up and slap people in the face. BUT... Most people dump animals here and there :/

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I wonder how old that law is...I'm thinking it also means can't speak.
Back in the day, I do beleive deaf people who could not speak properly were refered to as being "deaf and dumb".

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post #36 of 43 (permalink) Old 10-13-2012, 11:34 AM
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Some old laws are still around - or have been brought back.

I actually cannot believe how many people will not buy their kid lets say... A hamster, (not that i agree kids should pressure parents into a furry) but buy them a fish in a bowl :/ personally I would be a FAMILY pet because ANY pet should be the concern of the family not a single person especially a kid.

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"get a pet rock" :D
When I used to have pet rocks, I always abandoned them within a day... poor rocks.
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nicely done

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I have read Hamsters are pretty hard to care for.
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Yes they can be lol. Making sure to have food and water fresh every day, cleaning must be done to avoid URI and UTI, wet tail is possible, colds kill them, dampness or being in a colder environment is bad, cedar shavings are poison, aspen shavings are not ideal, if they squirm they can fall... Breaking a limb can kill them or cause great suffering, some might have their teeth over-grow...

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