Hello, I recently received a Baby BiOrb (15 LTE) as a gift from my mum, she cycled it for a month and added six Vietnamese Minnows (which are seemingly doing well so far, playing, eating, nosey, ritual dancing, it's been a week) before she gave it to me as a present. Yes I know it's too small and yes I know you'll say I should have researched first but as I said it was a gift, and my mum only thought she was doing right following my therapists advice. He suggested fish keeping as a hobby and a form of relaxation for me, I suffer from a variety of mental health issues and I have to say since having the fish, I'm feeling a little better. To rectify the issue of the small tank I've purchased a 30 LTE for the little guys. I know some people would say it's still too small but you have to understand money isn't something I'm loaded with and the upgrade to the 30 LTE BiOrb really stretched me, I would have purchased the 60 LTE if I could afford it but as someone on disability benefits it's just impossible to folk that kind of money out in one go. I want to transfer the little guys to their new home ASAP and as I obviously can't do a fish less cycle and leave them crowded for a month, plus I don't have the room to have two tanks set up. I was wondering how to go about safety moving them from one tank to the other? The tank they're in now is stocked with plants (fake) and a little cave which they love. Can these be moved into the new tank too and if so how? Also I have some new things to go in there, how do I do that safely? I've purchased everything I need to make the transfer ie; water conditioner, live bottled bacteria, testing kits, bucket, jug, exc.. Please be detailed when responding and please be polite. I've asked this same thing on another forum and the members there were terribly rude and failed to even answer the question. Yes I know my mum should have read up about it first but she was only thinking of me and my mental well being (recent suicide attempt, please do not give sympathy, I only mention it to make sure you understand my mums haste when following the therapists advice). Thank you for reading and I'll look forward to hearing from you! Also I was wondering if it would be a good idea to put the sponge filter from the running tank into the new one?