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I have a cat. I feed him high quality wet cat food. Occasionally if I'm planning on having flounder for dinner I'll cook some extra in a water bath for him and serve it with a little of the water for his dinner. It's a rare treat, not a staple part of his diet. I do it something like twice a month or less and I made an effort to check that flounder was safe for cats before I started.
Anyway, I'd like some ideas on other "people food" I could rotate in safely. I've tried chicken, both baked and cooked in a water bath, and he'll eat it, but he doesn't have any more interest in it than he does his regular cat food.
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Why the fuck do people like hamsters?
>give no mercy
>eat their own children
>bite the most out of any rodent
>only redeeming quality is cuteness
>even goddamn pet store employees won't even touch the evil things
Why won't people get fucking productive, social animals instead, like mice or gerbils?
Oh, yeah, right, because hamster fans are fucking 10 year old animal rights retard who think all animals are fucking saints that could never do bad, and anything you do to them is cruelty.
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- Loach Edition -
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Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor and issues.
Google is your friend.
Feel free to ask questions but know that there are a lot of resources out there that could answer your question a lot faster and accurately than /an/.
Make sure to include these things in your post before asking because we can't help you if we don't have the full picture:
-any and all inhabitants + how long you've had them
>How to cycle your tank: http://pastebin.com/x4WnB0Ah
>General aquarium care sheets - http://www.aquaticcommunity.com/
>Livestock and plants for sale - http://www.petsolutions.com/ http://www.aquabid.com
We all make mistakes, so don't put anyone down - rather be helpful.
Chances are, you made a similiar mistake when you were starting out.
>Useful & Extensive database for aquatic plants and their parameters:
>Cool Youtube Channels:
James Findley/The Green Machine
>Building your own shit/ Fish&Plant talk
King of DIY
Dustin's Fish Tanks
Wayne's Fish World
Aquarium related documentaries (German & English)
KGTropicals - Mostly Cichlid Talk
If you got any suggestions, especially related to cool saltwater channels, feel free to post them - I will add them with the next OP if I have the chance