Hi everyone. As the title states I'm in a bit of a dilemma here, but I'm willing to do what I need to do to give these fish a proper home. Today is my birthday and I was gifted two betta fish. I didn't ask for any fish or show any interest in them other than occasionally admiring them at the pet store. They're beautiful though and definitely are on their way to stealing my heart. The problem is that what they were gifted to me in is not large enough to properly house them (been doing some googling!). One of them is in a GloFish 1.5 gallon aquarium with no filter or heater, has two potted java ferns, two lava rocks, a small cave, and gravel. I'm aware that the ferns need taken out of the pots and tied to something or planted and that will be done tomorrow. The other is in a 1.5 gallon API betta globe which I hate with a passion. All he has is gravel, a fake plant, and two lava rocks. I also have food and water conditioner for them both. I just had surgery three days ago and I'm strictly non weight bearing for three more weeks, so driving to a pet store right now is out of the question. What I would like to know is on Amazon can you help me get together a list of things that I should purchase for them? Any aquariums/tanks that you'd recommend? Heaters? Food? Water conditioners? Live plants? Etc? Any suggestions would be great because I'd like to place the order tomorrow, so the stuff can be on the way here sooner rather than later. While I'm waiting on their new things to arrive, how often should I be doing water changes and how much should I change? I keep my house cool, but luckily I have a new addition added onto my house that is not yet hooked up to central air, so I will be keeping this room warm and the fish in it until I can get them heaters. It's not a perfect situation, but at least they won't freeze. This was all thrown on me out of the blue and while frustrating, they're so beautiful! One of them is a veil tail, a Cambodian maybe? The pictures don't really capture his colors fully. The other is all white and it's tail and fins are nearly see through. Not sure of the tail type though. Any ideas? Name suggestions would be wonderful too! Also, if there is anything else you think a new betta owner should know, please pass on the knowledge!