A bucket, a larger plastic container, a large stew pot, containers from bird seeds, pretty much anything that is clean and can hold 3-5g of water will do while transfering the setup.
Couple of ideas to consider:
Do a good deed and donate the whole thing to a retirement home, convalescent facility or such and volunteer a couple of hours of your time for the upkeep. You get to see your fish, you make others' lives a bit better, meet people, gives your life a purpose. A selfless act like that will pay back x1000. Maybe your parents will see you in a different light and pitch in for the new hobby, maybe the new people you befriend will add a $5.
What I am trying to say is there are lot more to life then just $$ or hobbies: do good for others, without expectations of being paid for it, and you will be amazed at how many people will respect you for that and give back in many, unexpected ways.
Check out jumpstart.com (?): you can describe what you want to do, your interest in a new hobby and complete strangers might give a $1 or $5 to help you to brighten up others' lives. $1 from hundreds of people adds up pretty quick.
Be giving, be a good citizen, help others and your own dreams will come true.
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