My betta has a 2 gallon tank and the other night I noticed that he had managed to get himself wedged between his heater and the tank wall by the suction cups holding the heater to the tank wall. I immediately pulled the heater off the tank wall and watched my betta for about an hour and he seemed normal. The next morning I noticed that he was having trouble swimming. That evening all he would do was lay on his side near the surface on a leaf of his silk plant. All of the water parameters in his 2 gallon tank were normal the day he got himself trapped (I tested them that evening). I have moved him to his betta cup with a small amount of water and have it floating in the tank to keep that water warm enough (79F). I am doing water changes once or twice a day depending on my work schedule to keep the water clean, it has been 3 days since he had himself trapped and he still spends most of his time laying on his side on the bottom of the cup. The only time he moves is to get air, he doesn't seem interested in food either. Is there anything else I can do for him? The only thing I am adding to the water for his cup at the moment is conditioner when I change the water. Thanks for any ideas/suggestions ahead of time.