Thanks I’ll do a little experimenting. Yep there a handful but I’m not so worried about them getting into the cat nip in the filter. Maybe I’ll try putting a pot of cat nip by it they do love there cat nip so it might work. Thanks everyone for the suggestions and help
Maybe I will try out the catnip idea the tank is in a room but my cats have found out how to open it so that’s why I was worried. Should I look for some seeds or just by the already grown plant and stick it in. Thanks for the info on the spider plant as one of my cats have a super sensitive...
I not worried about my nitrates I was just wanting to experiment with different plants and watch them grow as something fun to do. I guess it might of sounded like that in the original post but it’s mostly for fun
For those of you that don’t know I have two furry friends in my house that like to explore around my fish tanks. The situation I have is that I’m looking for plants to put in my HOB’s to remove some nitrates but every time I find a new plant that would work it seams it can be harmful to my cats...
I’m looking for a water pump that I can use to pump water into my smaller tanks from a 5 gallon bucket I would need something with a long cord to reach my outlet and preferably something I can buy on amazon any recommendations would be appreciated .
I agree with @DylanM I’m not a goldfish expert but I know the minimum tank size to live comfortably is 30 gallons for 1 and that tank looks like it’s 2 gallons at most I would suggest a bigger tank ASAP
Seachem prime is a water dechlorinator but it also neutralizes ammonia up to 1 ppm. I use seachem prime because I have close to 1 ppm in my tap water so it neutralizes it I till by bb can turn in into nitrate.