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PostSubject: Koi fish tail fin eaten off- help   Thu Jul 02, 2015 12:12 pm

Please can someone help me, i am looking after my boss's koi fish. She is overseas and i know zero to none about koi fish. i do however know that one of them has had it's tail chewed off. I feel so sorry for this fish i really don't know what to do with it. I would like a solution that won't cost me money since it's not my problem financially.
I cannot just separate them because i have no idea where to put it. (not my house not my fish not my anything).
I reside in Bellville Cape town.
I cannot watch this fish struggle anymore.
I also don't think the pond they are in is right for them.
please help me.
Thank you in advance
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