By Anonymous / Saturday 19 July 2014 23:39 / United States - Erie
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By  wtfomfgfml  |  14

Oh my Cod. I bait you weren't happy.

By  aliseodactyl  |  20

how careless. where did you find it?

  smackaroonial  |  20

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.

By  wtfomfgfml  |  14

Oh my Cod. I bait you weren't happy.

  Sandsh8rk  |  36

Lame puns are lame.

By  RageAsNeeded  |  14

Sorry to hear that OP, but you do know what parents used to do when their child's goldfish died? They'd replace it! I suggest you do the same! =)

  russfml  |  31

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.

  RageAsNeeded  |  14

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.


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.

  cryssycakesx3  |  22

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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