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Description: Here is my smaller goldfish he is a redcap oranda and very friendly

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User: Connie1 (see all of Connie1's photos)
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nataraj

Registered: 07/2003
Location: India
Photos Uplaoded: 3
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very nice fish well maintaned Rating: 5/5 
07-31-2003 11:31AM View nataraj's Profile  

Connie1

Registered: 01/2003
Location: Northern Illinois
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Thanks I got him when he was just a little bugger and he has grown well.
His belly is a bit orange, he decided to swim up into a cave/castle one night that was too small for him and got wedged in there I didnt know where he was all I saw was my lionhead I looked everywhere and finally I saw alittle eye staring at me through a small "window" in this tiny cave, I went to flip it over so he would swim out but he was stuck pretty good.
It took me almost an hour to pry him out but I finally did and he lost about 50% of his scales, It looked very painful and I didnt know if he would make it but that was about a year ago and with very clean water he pulled through but in some spots the scales are a bit darker where they grew back.
He has been my buddy ever since when I was pulling him out he was working with me and we finally did it.
I hand feed him and during water changes if I dont pet his belly he will slide up against my hand.
goldfish are smart but no smart enough to get stuck in a small hole.
07-31-2003 05:15PM View Connie1's Profile View Connie1's Gallery