Just chilling in the bath tub.
Even though I'm 2 years old, I still knead on my blanky to go to sleep.
Some people do not think beta fish can live in a community tank. The trick is having a big enough tank with non aggressive fish to co habitat it. Beta fish are top swimmers, neon fish are midswimmers, and plecos are bottom feeders. So long as your beta has enough room and is not over crowded or roomed with aggressive fish (like gold fish or angel fish) they do well with community tanks. I am an experienced beta owner, and through my experience betas in community tanks live longer than betas in their own tank. The oldest betta I've owned lived to be 4 , almost 5, years old and lived in a community tank very happily. This is a newer family member, Nebula. He is a double tail Male about 6-8 months old. Though he is a recent addition to the family, he is filled with personality and loves to spit bubbles!
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Hi! My name is Tami. I have 3 cats. Milo is a 2 year old Male who loves his own space. His litter mate is Misha-another male, who is living with my grandmother currently with Magick, a one year old female feline. Unfortunately my cats do not live under one roof, but this is due to Milo doing better as an only kitty, and Magick and Misha are helping my grandmother with her emotional health, as she is home alone most days now that my grandfather works 6 days a week and I have moved. I also have a 10 gallon community fish tank with neon fish, plecos, corey Dora's, and a beta fish.