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  1. slovenly_muse

    Plastic Vs. Glass Aquarium Cover To Keep Cat Out

    I'm actually not sure... This tank is secondhand. When I move, though, I will likely be getting a new tank from my LFS, to fit the new space. They sell Seapora and Marineland brand tanks, but I'm not sure what the material is. Looks like glass to me.
  2. slovenly_muse

    Rope Fish Feeding

    I have a ropefish too, and have noticed something similar. I have worried that he's not getting enough of the bloodworms because my tetras do get in there as well, but when I feed them to him too frequently (every day), there is lots of waste. He seems happy and ok, so I'm not too worried. One...
  3. slovenly_muse

    Plastic Vs. Glass Aquarium Cover To Keep Cat Out

    Thanks! That's really helpful
  4. slovenly_muse

    Plastic Vs. Glass Aquarium Cover To Keep Cat Out

    Thanks for that! So, your light strip just rests on the glass, not on brackets above it? That is something to consider...
  5. slovenly_muse

    Plastic Vs. Glass Aquarium Cover To Keep Cat Out

    Thanks! I have heard about the sticky tape method, and a couple of other strategies for making the top unappealing to the cat, and we'll sure be trying! But just in case, I'd like the top to be as sturdy and secure as possible. You're right, though. With a glass hood and light strip, there's a...
  6. slovenly_muse

    Plastic Vs. Glass Aquarium Cover To Keep Cat Out

    Hi fishlore friends! I have a 29 gallon standard (but may be transferring to a 30 gallon long, we'll see) that I have kept for years. My partner has a cat. We are excited to be moving in together next month, and particularly excited to see how the cat reacts to the fish! However, we have some...




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