Hey all- Over the past few months my betta has been through his fair share of issue: SBD, fungal infection... He's recovered super well with everyone's help which is great! I've noticed over the past few months though that he has had trouble seeing his food, almost like he's far-sighted (I don't even know if that's a thing in fish). I'll drop a pellet in, and he'll swim right past it then swim backwards to try and find it again. I usually have to guide him with my finger and even then it's like he can't tell where it is. It takes me 6 minutes (I timed myself) just to feed him 5 pellets. Sometimes it's easier to get him to eat when I feed him thawed blood worms because I can over-correct where he's swimming with some tweezers. His eyes look clear, no diamond eye or pop-eye or anything like that. I clean his tank 1X/week and treat with Prime, he is otherwise healthy and probably 1.5-2 years old. Anyone had experience with this sort of thing that could help me out when it's feeding time?