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|01-06-2013 12:13 AM|
Originally Posted by HybridHerp View Post
Anyway my mom decided not to let me have them after all, so what it comes down to now is I could try and find someone to take them in her area or I can try to convince her to at least get some real plants if she's not going to take my advice and get a bigger tank and more fish. Right now she only has 2 plastic plants in that tank. >_<
|01-05-2013 07:04 PM|
I doubt you'll find a solution to this really. If it was something larger than yes, but I don't hear of too many rescue stories of small fish that are worth less than a dollar.
If I knew they weren't diseased, I'd honestly just feed them to a larger fish that I already have or something, unless you knew a friend into the hobby or something.
|01-05-2013 12:38 PM|
Originally Posted by tropicalmackdaddy View Post
|01-03-2013 02:49 AM|
Where did your mom purchase/get them from? She must've gotten them from a store or somebody else that knows how to care for them.
|01-03-2013 12:23 AM|
Originally Posted by tomfromstlouis View Post
But yeah, Craiglist is probably your best option.
|01-03-2013 12:17 AM|
Or find a local fishkeeper who will take them (Craigslist?).
Oh, please slap your mom for me.
|01-02-2013 03:26 PM|
I have no idea what to do about this
So I came home to my parents' house to find that my mom had gotten 6 zebra danios and tried to shove them into a 2 gallon tank. Needless to say they were not healthy and not happy. There are now only 3 left and my mom has completely washed her hands of them, saying they were too complicated to take care of and that I was "being mean to her" by insisting she get a bigger tank and some real plants. So now they're mine. The problem is that when I go back up to school in a few days I still can't get a bigger tank because my apartment complex has a 4 gallon limit and I already have a betta. I don't have a LFS I can take them to and even if I did I doubt they would take these poor fish, as there was an ich outbreak a couple weeks ago and one of them has a spinal deformity. Should I just try and make the best of the 2 gallon?