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The Goldfish Sanctuary
dedicated to the humane treatment of fish everywhere
hears the fish when they cry?
The goldfish is the most common household pet in the
world. It is a hardy, interesting, exciting and lovable pet which can live
for many years and provide its caretakers with a lifetime of enjoyment
Unfortunately, because of its commonality, adaptability, and small
price, the goldfish is often mistreated, abused, underfed, or made to live
in otherwise intolerable conditions.
How many people leap at the chance to care for one of
these remarkable creatures, later to decide that they have not even the
time to feed it?
The Goldfish Sanctuary is opposed to this kind of maltreatment. A goldfish
is inexpensive, yes, but its life is not a worthless one. It is the goal
of this Sanctuary to provide a safe, ideal home for goldfish whose owners
either mistreat them or are unable to care for them.
Presently, this is a small organization. Because of this
fact, funds are limited. We depend upon and gladly accept any donations
offered - either money or supplies. If you are an individual who could
offer such a donation, or a fish-shop who could either offer a donation
or discount, please contact:
The Goldfish Sanctuary has over 12 chapters globally
who work independently and collectively for the universal well-being of
the goldfish. We welcome all goldfish who can no longer be cared for by
their owners. If your fish spawned and you don't have space for the
babies, we want to help. We also do what we can to oppose the sale of fish
by inhumane dealers and petstores. We also welcome letters from
sympathizers and potential members everywhere.
GFS has welcomed over 42,000 visitors.
Information you can find at the Goldfish Sanctuary home page: You can
discover information on how to care for your goldfish , including goldfish
feeding, appropriate tank sizes, doing water changes for your goldfish
, furnishing suitable for the goldfish aquarium, appropriate temperatures
to keep your goldfish in, and proper equipment for your goldfish tank. You
can also find out about the different varieties of goldfish , species
information , and information on how to be a compassionate
goldfish keeper. You may also find out how YOU can adopt a goldfish or
even how you can become a sympathizer to the Goldfish Sanctuary. Some information
is pending, but comments and questions are always welcome. Enjoy your visit,
and don't forget to tell fellow fishkeepers about the Goldfish Sanctuary.
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