13 Instagram Captions for Every Cute Photo of Your Pet Fish

Who said pets need fur or feathers to be worthy of love?

Instagram may be packed with photos of cats and dogs, but we think it's time for pet fish to dominate. If you adore your fish as much as you could love any other pet, use one of these cute captions to show it.

For the shot of your frenzied fish around feeding time:

"To everyone else, I'm nothing special. To my fish, I'm the giver of flakes."


For the shimmery image of your goldfish looking like 24-karat gold:

"Stay golden."

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For the distorted shot of you peering through your tank at your glorious fish:

"The best way to observe a fish is to become a fish."

-Jacques Yves Cousteau


For the pic of you holding up your fishbowl and posing with your fishy friends:

"Fish are friends, not food."

-The Shark Pledge, Finding Nemo 


For the pic showcasing your fish's immeasurably pretty scales:

"Off the scales."


For the shot of your feisty Betta fish:


For the first image of your lovely new goldfish:

"Worth its weight in… fish."

Animal Crossing


For the pic of the colorful fish making laps around your koi pond:

"Don't play koi with me."


For the photo that shows that fish are the worthiest pets:

"Just because you can't hug them doesn't mean you can't love them."


For when you're not responsible enough for any pet but a goldfish:

"I think there's something great and generic about goldfish. They're everybody's first pet."

-Paul Rudd


For the fish that's too glamorous for words:

"So sofishticated."


For the image of your colorful (but not that humorous) clownfish:

Actually, that's a common misconception. Clownfish are no funnier than any other fish.

-Marlin, Finding Nemo


For your aquarium brimming with more types and colors of fish than you can count:

"One fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish."

One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish by Dr. Seuss


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