Excuse me? I am welcoming and I help lots of people on here when I can. I work with rescue, and what it 'looks' like your doing is what urks me the most. Sit back and look at both threads you made and pretend its not you, doesn't it look a little fishy?? Now that you explain, I can see your side. Personally, I'd keep one of my boys, have two tanks and not get new fish. That's why I said disposable. I don't mean you'll toss them in the garbage, I mean you take them in and have no issue with seeing them the door. The fact that they were rescues makes it even sadder.
Anyways, enjoy your fish. Hope your boys go to a good home.
Hey Pitluvs, I posted this on your other comment too, but just so people here don't think I'm being a jerk, I'll post it again.
Oh I see what this is about now.. I have an empty 20 gallon, and can keep that tank and one other large one in my new place. I need to adopt out the other guys in my smaller tanks, I have about 7 tanks as it is. I have been looking for a giant for a long time. All of the bettas I have now came to me very sick through craigslist, one was left at my friends house. They are beautiful and healthy now, thanks to me, and I always hoped to find them good homes. They are not "disposable," they were all rescues and adopted bettas to begin with! If they were disposable, I would dispose of them. I know others would love and appreciate them as I have, so I am asking the community here. What's with the negativity guys? You know what they say about assumptions..
And...here are some macro shots from my camera. Enjoy and thanks for all the name suggestions! The first few shots are for some perspective on his size..I measured him to be 4.5 inches. I know a lot of us have these lil Japanese house things lol so I thought it would be a good measuring tool. He's also in a 20 gallon tank in these photos.