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Fish in the pond but they are almost invisible because the pond is big and full of plants. At least the heron can't get them. They are under a layer of ice now. At the moment the ice is supporting the cat. The vet says she is too fat so I am worried about her standing there. I can't understand her being fat because she rushes about like a mad thing. She never stops. She likes to play but unfortunately gets a bit vicious. She always climbs down trees bum-first so she won't get stuck.
Oh, and my cats can swim just fine ... found this out by accident when two of them fell into the pool while fighting ... you wouldn't know they fell in the pool other than them being wet because they flew out of the pool faster than a rocket, in fact they probably swim better than my dog, but they don't like water. They also don't like my dog, and the dog is quite afraid of them because they are mean to him.