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Old 03-23-2012, 07:30 PM   #1 
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Question C'mon!!

So, my Loki moved into his 5 gallon tank, with a filter and heater and all, today, and is still such a moper! He's still lethargic, floating around the top of his bowl. I've only had him for 2 days now, but I want him to start being happy : ( Help!
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Old 03-23-2012, 08:43 PM   #2 
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Keep his water clean and have lots of places for him to hide. They tend to become happy after they know what is around them.
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Keep his water clean and have lots of places for him to hide. They tend to become happy after they know what is around them.
Alright, thank you! I think I'm just being impatient, since I've only had him for such a short amount of time, and during that short time, he's been moved from cup to bowl to tank, so I know I've really put him through the ringer : P I just hope he'll start getting comfortable real soon!

Also, my last two bettas LOVED their hiding places, so I've got some GREAT ones for Loki! I'm gonna take some pictures and post them as soon as I'm able to summon the strength to leave our comfy nest chair XD
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