Hello everyone, So I have been building a 30 gal saltwater tank this last month. While going back and forth to the fish stores, I was introduced to the saddest thing ever. Almost all the stores have 20-30 bettas placed in containers that are only about 5 times their size. This made me kinda sad and I thought that maybe I could help one of these little guys. Now I am building a little home for him. People suggest a 5-10 gal. Since I can't have another big tank at home. I think my maximum size is 3 gal. I've seen people saying that the smaller the tank, more water changes have to been done and such things. So this is my idea.. Make a 3 gal acrylic tank with a little water tap so the water changes will be easier. This way, every 2-3 days I can take out around 25-50% of the water and replace it very easily. I think it would be also good to try out putting some plants in the aquarium to help with the aquarium cycle. If someone can give me some help with the plant part I would really appreciate it too. That combined with a good filter should make a good home for him in my opinion. Any good links for helping with plants and small aquariums would really help me too. So, do you guys think this type of stocking for a betta would work? I've seen some forums and people get really ed about betta tanks. I just want to say that this is an idea I had to try and help one out. If I am wrong in doing so, please tell me... Thank you.