Mini Cooper loves to chase the fish. We have 3 tanks and she could spend all day looking at them. She loves to watch the fish so much that she ripped the backing off of the kitchen tank to get both a front and back view of her friends. I worry sometimes that the fish will have heart attacks because this giant creature keeps coming at them from every angle. (Can fish have strokes?**) I have even seen her stick her paw into the little slit on the top of the tank that we feed the fish through.
The picture above is how I see Mini Cooper looking through the tank.
The picture below is how I perceive the fish she her.
Ahhhhhhh! Get me out of here!!!!!
** Things I learn on the internet: I asked Google “Can Fish Have Strokes?” What I learned was that anything that has blood flow is able to have a stroke because a stroke is simply a blockage leading to a lack of oxygenated blood reaching any given area of the brain causing necrosis of brain tissue. Fish only have a 2 chambered heart. Stroke is usually seen in creatures with more chambers in the heart due to increased pressure that comes with each chamber. Mammals and birds have 4 chambered hearts, frogs have 3 chambers, and then fish have 2. Sadly, though a simple heart structure, it does appear that fish can have a stroke. I just hope not from Mini Cooper.
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