And you know what the first words out of his mouth were?
How is sluggles doing! Not how am I doing or how Mr Bubbles is doing..NO...It's how is the FISH doing! But only him, he could care less about the other fish...or my growing army of minion snails...
Once i got a ramen noodle stuck up in my sinus and sneezed it out a few hours later...
I wish I can buy a big tank with lots of decorations, plants and 6 less-aggressive females. All I can find in my place is males. Plus, they put them in like small little 'tanks' like it's less than 1 gal. That's horrible.
t seems that you are very misinformed about betta housing. I’ve been keeping bettas for years and have never kept one in anything less than a 2.5 gallon tank. I also use 5 gallon tanks and I also house bettas in my large community tanks. They are not “scared” in larger containers – they swim about all day exploring and patrolling their homes. Why on earth would anyone think it’s OK to keep a living creature is such small accommodations as what you advocate? That is no different than puppy mills keeping dogs in small crates their entire lives. I’m really disappointed with the info you are giving out – I wish there was a way for me to have your website shut down!
A: I'm fairly well informed about betta housing. Are you writing your criticisms on company time? LA Wendy Parish, FCBA.org, July 29, 2009 I emailed you during my break. However, I don't see what that has to do with the topic of betta housing. If you're going to respond to my email please stay on topic. A: Speaking of off topic, bettas are not puppies. I am not recommemding that you or anyone else keep your bettas in small containers. You can use whatever size you want. I reported on real life -- not some imaginary world where every betta lives in a 2.5-gallon tank. Why not a 50-foot bong in Thailand? What entitles you to keep your bettas in captivity? Anyway, you're entitled to your own provincial opinion. LA
PS I'll probably keep my website.