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His name was Morgan. :(

 

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This is a bad thing but think of how much worse it'd be if it was a dog or a parent who died :(
 

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Aw, sorry to hear that. How long did you have him?
 

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RIP Morgan ...very pretty fish.
 

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I'm sorry, it sucks to lose a pet.
 

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Judging by your fish tank, he obviously lived a very fullfilling and exciting life, for a fish. I've seen some pretty plain fish tanks.
I have to put my 5 year old cat up for adoption, because I'm moving. Just the thought of him sitting in anxiety, within a confined cage at some random animal shelter, with little chance of actually making it out, really depresses me too. For someone with SA, these companions can mean quite a lot. :(
 

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He was a handsome little guy. :(
Sorry for your loss.
 

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What a pretty fish. I'm sorry for your loss. I once had a fish, but my then 3 year old brother wanted to take a closer look so he took him out of his bowl and held him just a little too hard. gross. :no
I cried a little. Then my mom bought me a frog :clap
 

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I could never keep fish, they die too easily, it'd always devastate me. Actually it was my mom who decided I wasn't mentally "ready" for fish, after the deaths of Charlie and Squeaky.

Sorry about Morgan.
 

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sorry about my earlier callous remark, for the sake of a cheap laugh.
 

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I'm so sorry! :( We get so attached to our little critters, don't we? They become part of the family.
 

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He was a good looking Frontosa, what type was he? You got anymore fish?
That picture is actually several years old, but I hadn't been able to get any good ones of him since. He either wouldn't stay still long enough for a picture or he would hide when I came around. He actually got MUCH bigger and developed quite the mighty hump.

I'm not all that broken up about it, but it is a little sad because I've had him for about 5 years and he was one of those fish that actually had a personality and was one of the few that I've ever named.
 
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