Hello! I recently posted about my two new little ladies I got. One of my little girls, Derby, is the sweetest little Betta I could ever imagine and shes now best friends with my ADFs. She swims with them, and they entertain her, and so far there has been no aggression. I have been keeping an eye on them and checking often (I even set alarms for every hour in the night to make sure everyone is getting along). They are in a 5 gallon and nothing else is going in there besides maybe a Nerite Snail or two. I was going to get a few ghost shrimp, but I don't trust my little guys not to eat them. Then my other lady, Charlie, is in a 1 gallon as of right now. That was originally my quarantine tank, but I needed somewhere to put her since she was flaring at all of my other fish. I put her in a breeders box to see how she'd get along and she was just not having it. So, I should be getting another 5 gallon within the next two weeks. For now I'm trying to make her as happy as possible in her own little tank. I have found, though, that she sits at the edge of the tank and stares into my other tanks and watches all of them swim around sometimes. She explores her own surroundings but its almost as if shes lonely or something. I know Bettas generally like to be alone, but I'm wondering if there is any way I can get something in there to keep her entertained. Should I try a Horned Nerite Snail? I just don't want her to stare so longingly at all the other tanks around her because it makes me feel bad. I try to go up to the tank and play with her, because whenever I'm there she comes to the front and follows my hand and things. So, long story short, I feel bad for the poor girl! If anyone has any suggestions about how I can entertain her for the next week or so, let me know please! I don't want her to feel lonely or bored!