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Old 01-29-2013, 10:22 PM   #11 
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It has been over an hour and I dropped a pellet in. She ate it straight away!!
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Old 01-29-2013, 10:38 PM   #12 
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I know it's probably not wonderful to have her in viewing range of another Betta, but it is the only heated tank I have.

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Old 01-30-2013, 09:28 AM   #13 
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Doesn't matter if there's another betta in the heated tank. I do stuff like that all the time.

The betta inside this cup is the size of a cantaloupe seed. Both of them are from my first spawn & 3 months old. The runt is slightly larger than a piece of long grain rice.

Big bro is 3 centimeters.

Does it look freaked out? The runt is being stalking from both sides, and the little one doesn't seem to care.

When it gets annoyed, runty goes inside the giant ball of moss until big brother goes away.

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That's cool. :)


I woke up this morning and Pi looks better. Her anal fin is a lot less clamped, so is her caudal.

When I fed her this morning she ate both of the pellets with her usual vigor.

I am feeling very confident that she will feel a lot better soon.
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Pi is un-clamped, swimming around like crazy, and will even jump for her food! I am just waiting to put her back it the kritter keeper to make sure the heater temp is stable. It is an odd heater, you have to put the dial up to the 82*F mark for it to go to 78*F :/ It does not seem defective though, It holds a stable temp, and I have another heater of the same brand that does the same thing, and I've had it going for months without trouble.
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