edit: the temp meant temporary oops, that may or may not throw some people off
Are Betta's generally cool with you scooping them into a cup?
Mine comes to the surface for feedings now so I think when I open the lid tomorrow (first water change) he will come to the top for me.
At that point, I read that you just dip the holding vessel into the water, the vacuum sucks him in and presto he's in the cup. I have a lid for it too.
Do I have to worry about him jumping out, etc. Will he fight or try to get back into the tank or, if done properly, will he not even miss a beat? I have visions of trying to get my cat in my carrier box from back in the day and I'm hoping it's nothing like that.
If he did, and landed on the floor how would I go about getting him into a cup safely?
Anyone dealt with this?
I realized I don't have a net .. initially I thought that I'd rather not use one anyway.
But I'm thinking now I wish I had one, not to get him but just in case.
Any tips would be great. Probably worrying for nothing but better safe than sorry.