I'm supposed to be moving out at the end of the month because my landlords have bought a new house. I have 4 tanks with an assortment of fish. Mainly bettas, Corydoras, otocats, minnows, shrimp and a couple rasboras. HOWEVER. I was told that I need to tear down my tanks THIS WEEKEND and that I could no longer have them set up because I have to be out of the house and at a hotel (provided by my landlords) for the rest of the month. I have a plan of putting them all in seperate heated buckets, and then (only for the bettas) place them in bowls and sit them in a partially water filled and heated styrofoam (or plastic) cooler for transportation. I will be doing something similar for my plants.. because I mean, it's cold out and both the plants and fish need heat and water or else they'll freeze. I hate that I have to put them in such a state but I don't know what choice I have... nobody else can take care of them and I refuse to sell or hand them over to someone because I'm simply moving in town. My biggest concern is how long I can keep them like this... Because I have to wait until the end of the month to move and I'm extremely scared that my fish and plants won't make it that long. It's still basically 4 weeks away! I don't even know if this is the smart way to go about it... I need help guys, I don't want to accidentally kill my fish trying to transport them because of my landlords' decision.... And I apologize if any of this made no sense at all.