Help: Betta fish wounded from jumping out of tank I have a king male, and he is a big guy and has been building his bubble nest. He had been super energetic the night before. I ordered a new tank lid because the one I have has a hole in the back and I was concerned he could jump out. We'll that's exactly what happened. I found him on the floor and I freaked out. I grabbed him and ran to the sink because he was coated in cat hair from the carpet. I figured he was probably dead, but after running him under luke warm water trying to gently get the hair off him he began to come back. He then came right back to life and I ran and got him back in his tank. The problem is that he is still covered in hair, and it's stuck on his slime coat. His eyes are frosted over, and his once silver scales are black. The only thing I can think of doing is running to a pet store and getting slime coat. Is there anything else I can do? He is swimming, but in bad shape. I honestly don't think he is gonna make it. Should I get slime coat? Or betta fix? UPDATE: I went to petco, and an employee suggested microbe lift artemiss to help repell any bacteria from his wounds and to heal his scales. it says to put 1ml per day for 10 days. It's been a couple hours and the cat hair is one, and his eyes are better. I put a bubbler in his tank because he is laying at the bottom. The only thing I'm worried about is the damage on his body. He has several wounds and his scales are in bad shape. Any other recommendations of things I could do?