The one thing I do not get is why save the fish, but no mention to say anything to WalMart? Take pictures of the bad conditions, the fin rot, etc. and send it to the appropriate channels in corporate, to local animal welfare, talk to the manager face to face, the pet dept person, etc. I saw one of our WalMarts here had a dead betta fish molding up and two alive left not doing so well. I got on them so hard and Im going in to check it stays right. It can't get better if we don't try to change the care of the stock. I'm glad you got him and he will be healing up, but I hope you gave them some cr@p at the least. I happen to work at another WalMart and the aquariums there are surprisingly healthy and clean.
Last edited by BittyB; 06-28-2013 at 03:18 AM.