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Old 05-10-2013, 05:30 PM   #11 
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Wonderful to hear Mar! Can't wait for pics! :D
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Thank you so much for all your support!! :)
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:55 PM   #13 
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Ick is gone!
He is no longer scratching himself and I've seen no more white spots.
I'm going to continue treating him for one more week until I'm positive it's gone!

Some pics of his ick gone and his fins finally healing back up! His dorsal fin is pretty much completely healed, yay!!!

Super excited when I shot this flaring photo of him. Everything focused perfectly.





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Oh yay!! He looks so much better! He's going to be so gorgeous once his fins all grow back! Well he's handsome as it is right now haha
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Thanks a bunch! His progress is making me super happy!

and yeah, your support and help really meant a lot to me, so thanks for that as well! :)
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Not a problem! I know it can be tough when you take a rescue and then they just mess it up even more for you >< But he looks great and he'll be healed up in no time it looks! Granted his fins might not look exactly the same, that happened to my Rembrandt, but he'll still be one gorgeous fish :) Hang in there!
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Hopefully his fins will stay the same!
The colouring is coming back the same way it was before they got ripped off.

But I really don't care, as long as he's healthy. The reason I fell in love with him is his personality anyway.
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Old 05-19-2013, 04:36 PM   #18 
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Oh sorry, what I mean that sometimes the ray's get a little messed up, but the color should be nearly or exactly the same :)
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Awesome!! And darn :\ I loved his rays lmao. Hey, maybe they'll come back better :p
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I'm sure they could! My boy Ditto's did! He absolutely shredded his double tail and he grew back with actually some iridescence shimmer in it! It really was amazing!
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