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Re: Loach emotion.
Posted By: Jayne <firstname.lastname@example.org> In Response To: Loach emotion. (Martin Thoene)
Date: Saturday, 23 January 1999, at 5:34 p.m.
In Response To: Loach emotion. (Martin Thoene)
Didn't I say that? My 80lb rott/shep is moping because the favorite, but not primary source of food is no longer available. She is hanging out by the window because they took her away, she should be coming back. Grandma used more table scraps and she would warm gravy or broth to make sure the food was palitable. My pets aren't spoiled :). I know that I have seen fish bond. BettaBob was clearly looking for someone to swim with after he lost his shark buddy, so he swam under the filter and hung out with the kuhli's. Bonds that last longer seem to be stronger, so why wouldn't a long lived species like clowns mope when separated from their companions and the