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Old 01-29-2012, 09:02 AM   #91
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The christmas ornament me and my brother made.
Thats freakin AWESOME!
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Old 01-29-2012, 01:28 PM   #92
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Thats freakin AWESOME!
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That is the worst thing I have ever seen so cruel hence the clamped fins
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Old 01-30-2012, 12:20 PM   #94
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The ball he's in is bigger than what he was in at the pet store. That picture is right when I put him in. He was fne after. Eats and swims around all with his fins spread out.
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The ball he's in is bigger than what he was in at the pet store. That picture is right when I put him in. He was fne after. Eats and swims around all with his fins spread out.
Is he still in the ornament or was it just for a short time for Christmas? You did do a good job making it. A very unique idea! And must have been pretty neat to have a "live" christmas ornament!

I got my bettas for free from a woman that was struggling with their health. The female was in a 1 gallon bowl and the two males each had there own 2.5 gallon bowl. They were "depressed" and only swam around when someone approached the bowls. One is still in the bowl (until we get the bigger tank set up) but the other two have been moved to community tanks(2 different tanks) and I can tell you from personal experience, they are bran-new fish! Happily swimming around the tank and built up there muscular structure and are healthy as a tick on a bloodhound!

If you can do it, definetely move him into a community tank (of course with non-fin-nipping fish) and you will be delighted to see how he moves around and how much brighter his colors will get! Awesome!

Anyway! Thanks for sharing your beautiful ingenuitive Decoration!
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Okay okay!!! Here I am again (daily visits!) looking at your beautiful "Sonny"! I LOVE this fish!!! Daffodils are my absolute favorite flower, and he looks just like one I am so in-love LOL!!! I hope to find a yellow betta when I have space for another.
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He is in a 5g by himself now was up for about 2 weeks.
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He is in a 5g by himself now was up for about 2 weeks.
I must ask you...how did you do your water changes? LOL! Whats he think of the 5 gallon? Mine are in a 20 and a 30. At first they were in shock not moving very much more than a circle of about 5 inches in diameter!
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The ball had a bigger hole in the back that we cut to feed and do water changes.
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Okay okay!!! Here I am again (daily visits!) looking at your beautiful "Sonny"! I LOVE this fish!!! Daffodils are my absolute favorite flower, and he looks just like one I am so in-love LOL!!! I hope to find a yellow betta when I have space for another.
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