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  1. lillyandquigly
    12-28-2012 06:30 PM - permalink
    So no sorority, my mom decided no on it because I might have to seperate really aggressive females. But I still plan on doing a rescue:D
  2. lillyandquigly
    12-27-2012 10:07 PM - permalink
    Er-my lps
  3. lillyandquigly
    12-27-2012 10:07 PM - permalink
    Going to petco tommorow to get qt tanks and other supplies:D
  4. lillyandquigly
    12-27-2012 07:50 PM - permalink
    You click a forum you want to post on, then at the top of it on the left there's a new thread thing. For your fish, talk to OldFishLady. She is an expert and could help you more then me. Most likely it's just coloring, could you post a picture?
  5. Tumblefishieluv
    12-27-2012 07:35 PM - permalink
    You seem like you are experienced... I need help... I got my betta fish a few days ago, and I got him at Walmart, so obviously they don't take too much care of the bettas. Tumble is blue, but he is gray at the front, it kind of looks a bit sickly. I thought once I had gotten him, took him home, & loved him and feeded him, it would get better. But it has just stayed the same. Is he sick? Thanks! And also, I'm new to this website... How do you post? Lol
  6. lillyandquigly
    12-26-2012 05:46 PM - permalink
    me too, she's a fighter, one time when I was moving her she fell onto the ground, she still lived o.O
  7. LebronTheBetta
    12-26-2012 05:44 PM - permalink
    Oh, okay. It's great she's doing better, and I'm impressed that she lived for like 7 years.
  8. lillyandquigly
    12-26-2012 05:12 PM - permalink
    I can't really lower the water level because then I can't use her filter. thankfully her breathing is fine. She actually looks a little better. No I don't have IAL sadly
  9. LebronTheBetta
    12-26-2012 05:09 PM - permalink
    Oh, okay. Well good luck. Try to lower the water level, do you have IAL on hand? Or oak leaves?
  10. lillyandquigly
    12-26-2012 05:07 PM - permalink
    It's some sort of infectiony fungus on her back. She's gotten that cottony fungus a lot in her past and has a high disease history, she is like seven now so she's on her leg. I'm not medicating this time because it seems like it would only hurt her.

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