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Re: cats and lead weights


>From: ikw at gol1_gol.com
>To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
>Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 13:56:59 +0000
>Subject: Re: cats and lead weights
>Tom wrote:
>>Well I give up too.  I've tried everything to get my cat to go in the 
>>tank and nothing works. I can't hold it down long enough.  The 
>>darn animal gets slippery when wet too.  And mad, real mad.  
>>Maybe lead weights?
>just a sincere note of advice and i hope you will take it in the spirit 
>of cooperation in which it is intended:  
>perhaps you are new to the apd.  when asking for advice on this list 
>it is important to include your tank parameters. ie: how big is the 
>tank?,  what is the ph of the water?, mh lights or what? are you 
>planning to hold the cat? will the cat be emerse or submerse, and 
>for how long?
>an example of what i am referring to:
>lead, a toxic substance, is released into the water column if your
>water ph is acidic.
>also you might want to tell us your cat parameters as well.  what is 
>the general dispostion of your pet? is he/she declawed or not? how 
>heavy is it?
>please help us so that we may help you.
>noh it all
http://www.metronet.com/~cyn      in north central Texas

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