people are saying that if you dont have a perfect pair you shouldnt even bother and if you do your a bad person. I want to point out that most good breeders started out with some not so good fish.
THANK YOU. YOU ARE MY HERO.
I am confused as to why people say no when someone else's fish arent "perfect".
Perfect does not exist. So when someone says MY fish are not perfect, I can easily turn it back on them. TEHY aren't perfect, their fish aren't, I'm not, my fish aren't. WHat a coincidence
What DID happen to the thrill of it? Whatever happened to ENCOURAGEMENT? I understand people don't want a deformed bettas crossed with a tumor betta... Common sense.
My first bred was a PK and a VT. Now I have a CT, bred to a VT and resulted in a spikey little guy! Now my next pair is a CTxCT. Are they some AB specially bred perfect fish? Nahh
But they are MY fish, my pride, my joy, my love and hobby. I think people should say "well this is what the spawn will be like...Here's some tips..." but none of the "don't breed ever" or "bring your fish back to the store" kind of attitudes. I know it is not on here, but anywhere...
But really, if you're willing to realize your consequences in having maybe 80 offspring, and willing to commit to said consequences, why not do it? Why not learn? Why not be able to teach others?