Pet Owner Builds Lifejacket for Disabled Fish

Sheniz Raif, writing for BuzzPatrol:

Leighton Naylor who owns a pet fish called Einstein made him a lifejacket after he developed a disease that prevented him from swimming!

Little fantail Einstein’s disease meant that he would turn upside down and sink to the bottom of his tank. It seemed doomed for the tiny critter, but then Naylor made him a lifejacket!

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So Naylor came to the rescue and used some recycled tubing to create a buoyancy aid that allowed Einstein to swim around the tank and stopped him sinking to the bottom of the tank.

Very cool story. This gives accessibility a whole new meaning.

(via Emily Paige Stewart)