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    Quote Originally Posted by Theresa32 View Post
    Photo of my dog:


    What a cute wee chap , nice piccy too Theresa

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul. View Post
    Did you cycle it?
    Um not entirely... should be fine though with very few fish in for now.
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    I used to 'fishless cycle' my tanks by dosing ammonia, meant I could stock up with the fish I wanted and not get stuck with a whole bunch of mollies/other crap fish that didn't die during the cycling period


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    We'll just build up slowly, and keep an eye on the water quality. Should be fine.
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    Fish can be a cool addition to a room, visitors tend to love them when they're done well. We've had quite a few tropical tanks in our time, but after a run in with MAF a while ago the Mrs got rid of everything and just has a nice marine tank now. Bit more work, but very pretty.

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    Might as well pop up a snap of our cat, probably the most photographed item around the house

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    Buster


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    Tumble


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    My old cat Keyboard, passed away last weekend aged 17 years 4 months.
    Travelled New Zealand with me for 4 years in a Motor home, always came back (often with Rabbits, Hares, Rats and even a Possum) before I moved on to another location.

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    Much Missed.
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    Sympathies to you Arthur , pets become such a big part of the family , especially when they reach a grand old age like Keyboard ..kind regards.

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    Big smiles from George.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    One of Moglet, 350D, 24-70f2.8L


    Sadly looks like we only have Mogglet for another few weeks or months. She's almost 7 years old but has cancer and dropped 15% bodyweight in the last month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    Sadly looks like we only have Mogglet for another few weeks or months. She's almost 7 years old but has cancer and dropped 15% bodyweight in the last month.
    Poor Mogglet. You'll have to stock up on tuna and chicken for the last few weeks.
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    Yeah were feeding her as many tasty treats as we can. She's 1.9kgs now, skinny little thing.

    She was always a noisy little furry lout but now she's just a tired kitten again.
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    Our new adopted friend:





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    Ahh looks like a boy version of mogglet! Watch its ears in the sun..
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    Alot of feathered friends on the forum recently, so thought I'd get in on the action too. Sherp's new mate.

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    Taken at North Brighton Beach a few weeks ago of a couple of dogs that friends had at the beach.

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    I dont have dogs cats or birds but lots of FISH

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    My parents birds:

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    Is Sherps new mate still around Dan ? Nice wee Nemos Aaron and do your parents birds get to free range outside of the cage at times Riley ? I have a friend who has one and he roams around the house a bit (the bird )

    and this would be Brindalou relaxing and happy after a day of doing not much as far as i could gather
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    Ha ha love that shot of Sherpa and feathered friend Dan!

    Here's one of Jack from last summer:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lia View Post
    Is Sherps new mate still around Dan ? Nice wee Nemos Aaron and do your parents birds get to free range outside of the cage at times Riley ? I have a friend who has one and he roams around the house a bit (the bird )
    Not really, they're both quite young and basically just fly into the windows. She's hoping they will calm down a bit as they get older and will be able to be let out more. They are in a 604T which is a large cage designed for large parrots/cockatoo's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooshee View Post
    Ha ha love that shot of Sherpa and feathered friend Dan!
    The poor bugger flew into the window, and bounced inside and landed on the floor. While he sat there stunned, Sherp came up to keep him company while he regained his bearings. Luckily he flew out again after a bit of a breather.

    Awesome shot of Jack too!
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    Juneau = XD

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    Oh now Paul ,that is an indecently cute shot !

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