As tempting as that may be, I don't think I could be so cruel to a stranger. LOL.Put the cat on craigslist. 'Free'
If there were any other place to put it, I probably would. Sadly, this was pretty much the only option. Between having duct tape face up on the table near by for a few weeks, and creating a bit of a baffle, I think I've solved my problem. No soggy light strips or cats in a few weeks.acitydweller said:Relocate the tank to a freestanding position away dorm any chairs or tables for the cat to climb up on.
Nice work on the tank. Great find....
Thanks! It's grown in quite a bit the last week or two. I'll try and get a few new shots of it tonight before I trim it up and do a water change.GMYukonon24s said:Nice tank! I like the whole look for it.
Thank you! It's really starting to grow on me!VERY COOL TANK!!!
The scape and plants you used are GREAT!!!!! Can't wait to see how it grows in! Sorry I can't help on shrimp, as I have not been able to get into them, YET!!
Keep up the great work!
Indian Almond Leaves. I'm thinking next week it will be time to add 4 or 5 more. I tear them up a bit, they sink faster that way and make it easier to put them where I want them, rather then let them cover up all the little plants growing in random places.BoxxerBoyDrew said:P.S.
What kind of leaves are you using in the tank?
Thank you! I'm quite taken with the footprint myself. Really about the perfect size, though sometimes I wish the glass were a bit thinner. Haha.Jubs said:Looks awesome! Great job! I love the footprint of the tank!