Nice pic of the cat in the tank lol cracked me up...
Mine will dip into the plant cutting bucket and/or knock it over or crawl in to get stuff to eat/play with. The bigger the cutting, the better as far as they are concerned.........
shoggoth43;36544 said:Yep. My 3 bengals are right in the middle of stuff. I have one who circles the bucket after any shrimp in there. One got all wrapped up in the CO2 tubing and supplies. Fertilizer everywhere. I'd swear he was playing mad scientist. I may really need to rethink the rimless tank idea....
A ground fault circuit interrupter, a "GFCI" will bring peace of mind. Wont keep cats from climbing on things though.jeremyh;36894 said:... nasty business to come home to find an electrocuted kitty floating legs up in the aquarium!
What about me? Morgana the gray, isn't happy just drinking from the fish tank. I've caught her drinking from my water glass as well.barbarossa4122;46851 said:How come these cats do not get sick drinking tank water? Water it's full of micros and macros(chemicals).
Tug;46880 said:What about me? Morgana the gray, isn't happy just drinking from the fish tank. I've caught her drinking from my water glass as well.
I should really look into this. I expect she has already stuck her face and tongue into my water glass. I share my drinking water more then I should say and afterwards, I always feel so dirty.Detritus Mulm said:drinking glasses unattended.
Probably has more sense then to stick it's tongue in any water with mom's cichlids. See post #4.S&KGray said:Rubbermaid stock tanks with cichlids and almost no plants, but are filtered with pond filters and I've never seen the cat drinking from these.
Tug;47021 said:Probably has more sense then to stick it's tongue in any water with mom's cichlids. See post #4.