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  1. MattsBettas
    06-23-2013 08:10 PM - permalink
    Your post on the thread "My to guys living together" made me laugh unbelievably hard. Well done, Myates.
  2. Kalari32
    05-22-2013 10:34 PM - permalink
    Hello, I am a new member, so I am not yet able to post on the betta classiflds, however I was interested in seeing more pictures of bettas 13 and 19
  3. Picasso84
    05-08-2013 03:51 PM - permalink
    No worries ab not responding quickly! (I ended up starting a thread yesterday too, just in case) so, yea, I have some heat wrap things for a 'just in case' (either for me, or for my boys) so, I decided I would play it by ear, and just check in on them every so often, I have some thermometers for my orchids, with a "probe" on a long cord, so I will put the probe in the cooler, and put the screen (? Not sure what to call that part lol.. It shows the temp & humidity of the air) over by the steering wheel so I can glance at that often! :) (it's an 8 hour trip, so I'm not wanting to stop more than I have to, but I will, when needed) Thanks!
  4. Picasso84
    05-07-2013 10:38 AM - permalink
    Thank You so much! I had checked the sloshing, it is water-tight as long as it doesn't sit upside it's good there... I will drill a couple holes in the tops of the containers, thanks for the advice! :) I had a weird thought... I have no idea where to get those heat packs (for shipping, or glove warmers) this time of year (in NC) so I thought about those "Therma-Care" heat wraps, u use them for sprains & strains, like a mobile heating pad, they are worn stuck to your body, directly to ur skin, so not too hot (I guess like glove warmers?) but obviously I would wrap them in newspaper if I used them for my boys, & not touching their containers... Do u think that would work instead of the heat packs? These "wraps" last for 8 hours, so it's good timing (I've worn them b4 - helpful for us ladies - and they r warm for the full 8 hrs, so it would take maybe 9 or so hrs to get cool) Thank You again for taking the time to help me! :)
  5. Picasso84
    05-07-2013 09:38 AM - permalink
    Hey! I was just reading ur "emergencies and your betta" thread, and had a couple of questions... Would start a thread, but I'm not sure it would get answered in time... I'm going out of town for the whole summer, & am taking my 2 bettas, I have two 1gal Hefty brand plastic containers (water-tight, yet not ~quite~ water-proof, won't leak if kept upright) & the temps here for tomorrow (travel day) r highs of 68* lows of 52* ... Where I'm headed, (beach) it will be high of 68*, lows: 63* prob. warmer, it's an 8 hour drive, and I have a cooler to keep them in, should I have a heat pack in the cooler? And how long will their air last -if I leave about 1.5" to 2" in. of airspace? (container size is 9"L x 6.5"W x 6"H) *Thank You* so so very much! I hate to dump this on you, but this is the 1st time traveling w/ my fishies, I leave wens/thurs, and I didn't think of everything! :/
  6. Little Leaf
    04-23-2013 08:19 PM - permalink
    Little Leaf
  7. KwLDeL
    04-11-2013 06:36 PM - permalink
    'Lo. Just seeing how ur lil guy is. I hope all better with a lovely fully vibrant tail.
  8. KwLDeL
    04-02-2013 03:11 AM - permalink
    Thea fish thats ur avatar is ridiculous. Probiley that prettiest betta I've seen....Honestly
  9. JJChocolate88
    03-30-2013 09:32 PM - permalink
  10. GoodMorning
    03-14-2013 08:16 PM - permalink
    i never knew myates was a grrrrrl......

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  • About Myates
    Betta breeder
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    10 - 20


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