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Sep 29

I Should Get a Fish

Why, you ask? I’ll tell you why.

  • Fish eat less than cats.
  • They do not chew on plastic.
  • They do not make sounds.
  • I don’t have to clean out a litter box.
  • They don’t walk all over your person.
  • Or yawn in your face.
  • Or chew/scratch your body.
  • Or scratch at carpet.
  • Fish take up less room.
  • Fish don’t climb doorways.
  • Fish don’t bang their food dishes when they’re hungry; they just die.

These are the reasons I should get a fish if you ignore the fact that fish are stupid  pets. Insted, I have these:

These are cats not fish


5 comments on “I Should Get a Fish”

  1. If you do decide to get a fish, get a Betta! Or a goldfish. Betta are pretty, but goldfish are often a little hardier and not as “needy” as far as water temperature goes. Also, goldfish tend to beg more for food, haha. Though Bettas can be quite feisty – I have one that flares his fins and gills (display of aggression) whenever I get too close to his tank. ;)

  2. I like number 4 the best except you can’t cuddle up to a fish…

  3. I had a cat that I got from the humane society. I always get my new pets from there if possible. He ended up being the devil re-incarnated! He wrecked the screens in our apartment. He chewed through many power cords and fish tank cords and lived. He chewed through the air-supply for the fish and nearly killed them. He clawed the couch even though he had multiple scratching posts, pads and toys. He was very distructive. Unfortunately my husband had to take it back to the Humane Society since the Apartments had established a no cat rule two weeks later. They told him that it was an outside cat, but they told me when i got him that he was an inside cat. hmmm.

  4. I absolutely love my cats but, like kids, they try my patience.

  5. Aww, they are so cute. My cats are a handful sometimes, but I wouldn’t trade them for anything.

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