I have written a previous thread about this Oscar. He was not thriving. He has not grown at all since I got him and that was 6 months. All he did was hide behind the rocks and get skinnier and sicker. It was suggested to me that he was being bullied and was afraid to come out of the corner, so I got him his own emergency tank. It is only 30 gallons (he is 1.5 inches long) but he will get a larger tank once I see him grow. He has shown some improvements. He is not afraid to swim around and I have seen him eat. But if you look at the pictures closely, one eye is red and clear, the other eye is clouded. Do you think he can see out of it? First I tried Pima and Melafix with no change. Now I am using Tetra Lifeguard (broad range medicine) with no changes yet. I am afraid he is blind in one eye. He has very strange feeding habits and acts like he can't see the food. He searches around the filters for food. I feed him exactly in the same spot everynight, but sometimes he misses the food. I know he is getting some food down. He is doing better since I got him his own tank. Do you think he is blind in one eye? Will he survive this way? Is there any other treatment for his eye? And any other information you can think to add. FYI - His water is pristine, and I keep it at ammonia 0. nitrite 0, and nitrate under 10. I use Prime and salt in his water which I change 25% of every 2 to 3 days.