Hello! I got a bumblebee catfish a few months back, and I've read that they're very shy. I can definitely see that, as I've caught 5 glimpses of him (her? I have no idea, he's named after a guy.) since I've had him in early September. Since I saw him so little, I assumed he was dead. Then after I pestered my dad enough, he was finally convinced to do a water change. It was pretty big, around 75%, and I saw him swimming around! It was very stressful for him, so I took him out and put him in a bucket full of the old tank water and reintroduced and acclimated him after the change was done. I wasn't particularly prepared to find him alive, so now I don't know what I'm supposed to do with him. I read that they're carnivorous, and I have freeze dried bloodworm, dapnia, and mysis. I also have cichlid pellets. Apparently most peoples' bumblebee catfish come out for feeding, but he doesn't know me and doesn't end up getting any food. I'm getting very worried, because I feel like he's starving. What should I do to keep him alive and feed him? He's the only fish that basically gets no food as all my other ones come up and eat.