So, I have two different Betta tanks, 5 gallons each. In one tank I have my first female with two African Dwarf Frogs and that tank has been cycling for a while and I am just starting to see an Ammonia level of 0 with a higher Nitrite level of sometimes up to 5.0, and a Nitrate reading of 5.0. I check the water every day, and so I've been doing daily water changes with Prime. So, I know that tank is cycling. However, in my other tank I only have one female Betta. I've been checking her water daily as well since I got her on May 31. I don't change her water, though, because her Ammonia levels have been a constant .25 and there has been no fluctuation whatsoever. There hasn't been any form of Ammonia increase, never a reading of Nitrite and definitely no Nitrates. I'm just wondering if anyone has any idea why? I've had both Bettas for about the same amount of time, the first one a week or two longer, and that tank is way into its cycle. But, my second Betta (her name is Charlie), her tank is doing nothing. Is it because its just her? I'd think that there would be a good fish-in cycle with just her bioload enough. Or, should I start to put more than enough pellets in there so that there's another source of Ammonia? I only feed her 1-2 pellets twice a day and I do it one at a time so she gets to them. So should I put more in so there's more Ammonia feeding into the tank? I'm not really sure what to do.