This has been a problem for a while but I decided to ask for advice here. My betta won’t stop eating my cory catfishs food. He eats their algae wafers, shrimp pellets, and general bottom feeder tablets. I have tried feeding them while he’s eating (he abandons his food for theirs), feeding them after he’s eaten (again, eats their food), feeding them at night (he wakes up and goes to eat their food), and one time I even took him out of the tank while they ate and then he ate the leftovers when I put him back in. I know that the cories are getting enough food, since I have started putting in an extra pellet in and he takes that and swims away into the corner. I feed my cories Aqueon Shrimp Pellets, Aqueon All Bottom Feeder Omnivore Tablets, and Tetra PlecoWafers Algae Wafers. I feed my betta Northfin Betta Pellets (and sometimes Tetra Freeze-Dried Bloodworms). I feed him like 4-5 pellets (since they are really tiny) once a day. There’s no way he is still hungry, is there? I’m becoming increasingly worried about him overeating or being unhealthy. I know that the cories are fine, eating the right amount of food, but what about my betta? Is he overeating? Will he get sick from the cory food? Do I need to stop this? How do I stop this?