By Anonymous - 19/07/2014 23:39 - United States - Erie
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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! =)
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.
How the hell did it get out of its bowl if it wasn't eaten by your cat?