My betta was trapped in the side entry for the Co2 dispersant ladder, I have no idea how the hell he got up there but I am so scared right now. I pried the ladder off the wall and got him out, he is very lethargic and has not even come up for air. I don't know what to do guys... :( I have a pic but it breaks my heart. I thought he was dead at first..... The space is literally half a penny wide, he had to have climbed up through the bottom of it, the sides are flush against the tank... GAH!
So.. WHAT DO I DO WITH HIM. I have no emergency kit or side tank to put him, I thought of putting him in a bowl with his java fern so he can easily get air... but I don't know guys... Ugh this is so hard. I literally saved his life by some crazy chance that I had to return home. I was barely gone 3 hours.
Also, my male black phantom tetra is very pale white. I don't know what happened with him, but this damned Co2 system better not be the cause of it or I will have kittens.
The gruesome pic...