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Well, I think someone owes someone else an apology. Your cat was generous enough to hack up the remains for the both of you to share, and you were too self-absorbed to even acknowledge the gift. What a perfectly good carcass gone to waste. I hope you're happy.

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It's incredibly easy for things like this to happen. Sometimes fish jump out of their bowls and can land in spaces where they go unnoticed. It happened to me once.

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Because a little goldfish will dry up in a couple hours and won't have any smell. If it was a big fish that took days to dry, then yes the horrible smell would be there.

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I think you missed the fact that finding a rotten gold fish is quite nasty. I'm sure it was replaced you'd notice a gold fish missing much before then.

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14- Yeah. I grew up with my parents loving beta fish, so I never really dealt with that, and my sister was allergic to cats sooo. But you're right, I just noticed the "last year" part.

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Or perhaps, actually learn about the fish you're keeping and realize they need more than a bowl of water and some rocks to live a healthy life. A healthy goldfish lives 20 years or more and grows very large. 99% of pet goldfish never get to because they're forced to live in a small bowl of ammonia-choked, warm water, fed a poor diet of cheap processed food and starved of oxygen their entire short life. The cycle of disposable pets needs to end... and fish definitely get the brunt of it.

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Fish can jump, surprisingly quite high. We have a lot of fish at home, and sometimes they just jump; once a fish ended up under our sofa, we looked for it for ages!

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my cat knocked my fish bowl over. I went to clean it and got a piece of the glass to scoop up the fish, and don't you know, he started flopping around. he was in a tiny bit of water that I guess kept him going.

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how is that a bright side? better the cat enjoy(?) it and have a treat than have a decaying fish hanging out on the floor.

Well, I think someone owes someone else an apology. Your cat was generous enough to hack up the remains for the both of you to share, and you were too self-absorbed to even acknowledge the gift. What a perfectly good carcass gone to waste. I hope you're happy.

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No. Smaller fish dry out so quickly that they never rot in toes conditions. They just dehydrate and end up like a crispy potato chip. They don't really have a smell at all.

I think perhaps you should do a Summer, Autumn & Winter clean next time and not just the Spring one....you'd have found him before now....

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