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Old 01-29-2012, 12:41 PM   #21 
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Based on what callistra just said, I agree with her. Wouldn't you rather have your fish living the best lives you can give them before getting more? Half gallon is better than a cup, but you want him to have a comfy life. I'm sure he'd be happier in a 2.5gal heated, which would cost you under $30 to get. The hint hint to pet stores was a rather immature comment I find, you shouldn't look at them if your own guy has ammonia poisoning himself. You know, "clean your own backyard before looking into your neighbor's."
Also, if you can't afford to fix your current problems, how do you have enough money to start a 10gal sorority, which needs a ton of decor and such to keep the fish happy and safe?

I'm sorry if that sounded harsh or rude, everyone here just wants to help you provide for your fish.
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