Hello. Well I've had my betta Spike, for a while now, I believe I got him about 5-6 months ago. You see, when I first got him I had to move him into an old room not being used for anything, and I had to keep the door closed in that room as my cat Tiger, is very interested in messing with him, and will paw-smack (whatever you call it) the tank, and scare the fish. Well, I feel like I would be able to appreciate my fish more if I moved him into my room with me, as I feel like I would be able to see him/admire him more, as he's currently in a little tiny storage room and cannot be seen without going into his room and visiting him. So my idea was to move him into my room. Here's where I have some problems, though. See, Tiger, my cat. He loves bugging Spike, so I was thinking of getting a dresser big enough to set his tank with very little room on edges, so the cat could not bother him. Is this a good idea? Also, I like having my TV up loud usually when I watch TV or play games, (I usually have on surround sound with volume up to 28-32) and I've heard fish have sensitive ears, I mean they have external ears meaning they don't hear but kind of "sense" the vibrations, right? Well would I still be able to move him in, as loud as I keep the volume? I don't want to hurt his hearing. Any help on that? Thanks!
Details, if it matters: He has a 5 gallon tank, with heater, filter, etc. All he needs. I got him from a Pet store, which I have heard wasn't a good idea, but it's too late. I'm no expert but I'd guess he's older than one.