So I was informed today they only told me this to keep me from doing something drastic and were not actually intending to take me there (great parents to pull this on a girl with serious depression who just lost a beloved pet) IN FACT I have been informed they won't allow me to get more fish and so I need someone in Minnesota to re home Bilbo Froggins asap. I am also considering rehoming my other two fish as well once again because my award winning parents are fed up with my pets...which was why I moved to Texas and was finally able to get fish. I'm 22 ALMOST 23 and forced into my parents home once again and being told what I can and can't have. When telling them an adf can't live along they said "I don't care he's just a fish." I explained he was actually a frog and that I care because he's my pet...so in short i can't give my frog what he needs thanks to my parents and would like to find him a home with anyone here who is in Minnesota. I would like him located to an aquarium where he has friends since he gets very skitish alone. Thanks.
WTF! Don't they understand why you need this? Why did you have to move back? Do you know anyone else? Would they be willing to go with you to a therapy apointment so that the doc can explain to them why it is so important for you and your mental health? Posted via Mobile Device
We moved the band to Minnesota since the place we are recording is here. We don't have much for money so we are staying with my parents. Don't have anywhere else to go right now and I don't think they rightfully care if it's for my mental health or not or my pets health.
That is just weird to me, I can understand them telling you no to a cat or a dog or something similar but a fish? That just doesn't make sense to me. I'm so sorry though, I really wish I could help but there's no way I can have any more pets. :(
And I would too, but I'm in Arkansas. Heck, I would take the whole lot! Everything from the frog to the tanks. Maybe after I held them for a bit, mom and dad would come to their senses Posted via Mobile Device