Re: NANFA-- Confusion Strikes
Thu, 3 Feb 2000 12:15:34 EST

In a message dated 2/3/00 9:06:02 AM Pacific Standard Time, writes:

> let me assure you that some
> of us know exactly what we are getting into. Big catfish make excellent
> if you have the space and resources to keep them. They are smart,
> and even like to be petted. the main thrust of the humane society for fish
> is/was aimed at amateurs that fall into the trap of buying a fish they are

I also agree that planing is a mayor part, we can't buy a fish because "it's
cute", it's important to look at the BIG PICTURE, :-) I myself can't kill
any fish that I've kept unless is an accident.

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