Update: I came by again for class and checked on the fish. One had died, several were dying, one fish had what looked like popeye. The little Cambodian female's (not so little - she was up near me today and looked HUGE. Maybe she's a King?) gills had turned black. The rest were swimming in filthy water.
If I could, I'd steal them. However, I don't have the room to house them, nor do I have the money or time to nurse them back to health on my own.
HOWEVER - I'm going back tomorrow and talking to professors who have offices in the building and asking them whose betta are in the window. Hopefully one of them can help me and point me in the right direction. If I can't save them, I want them to be comfortable. They make me appreciate my scaly babies way more than I have already done so.
Octavius - Male Halfmoon [02/19/11]RIP
Nero- who had been living under the moniker of "Hestia" for the past two months. Poor boy. [02/28/11]