White goldfish

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    Hi, I live near Springfield, MO. When I bought my house I found a poor little goldfish in a nasty, neglected small pond. So I adopted it. 3 years later he is about a foot long and turned pure white. He has outgrown 2 aquariums . So I came on here to see if anyone in the surrounding area might be interested in taking over. He has been very well cared for and is well behaved (except at dinner time.) I checked with the local japanese garden and they won't take goldfish.
     
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    Meyer Jordan Tadpole

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    You don't indicate where you are. State? City?
     
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    have you tried craigslist or looked at garden centers or pet stores .I have my ad for free fish at my local garden center on there posting board
     
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    Extreme dyslexia!!:confused::confused::confused:
     
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    Thank you Sissy. I figured I'd try here first since pond enthusiasts would more than likely give him the best home. I actually have a good sized pond, but I'm quite a ways out from it being ready for fish.
     
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