So today, I went to Walmart, and decided to glance at the fish section to see if they had the tank I was wanting for my new betta that I fell in love with and got earlier this month. Anyways, they didn't have the tank, but of course, I had to take a quick glance at the fish, which yes, they still sell them at my Walmart. So of course, I saw the bettas in their tiny cups, one of which had a large collection of waste at the bottom of his cup, and then I moved onto the other fish. What I saw was horrible, dead fish everywhere! It looked like a fish horror movie! I was expecting it, but it was still heartbreaking. And then I saw it. A betta, in with the goldfish tank. Huh? I don't know why he was in there, and I think there was dead/dying fish in that tank too, but that wasn't my focus right then. A betta in a goldfish tank??? I even double/triple checked to make sure my eyes weren't playing games with me! I decided that I had had enough, and was going to do what I could to fix this, which isn't much really. When I got to the register, I asked to file a complaint. And the lady there is like, "Oh, you're mad!" And I'm thinking "Well, yeah........ there are dead/dying/sick poor, innocent little creatures back there......." And then I said, "Well, I mean, I'm a fish keeper myself, so......." So she called someone else over to the register for me to complain to, and I told them that they had dying fish in their fish tanks and that there were also fish in their tanks that weren't supposed to be there (none of them should be there, imo). But the lady that was called over to the register said that she was going to have it fixed, so that when I come back, there will be no more dead fish in the tanks and the fish that shouldn't be in the wrong tanks (like the betta), would also be fixed. Now, I really, really hope she'll make good on her word. Fingers crossed! Anyways haha, just wanted to share my story with you guys! P.S. This comment is not meant to be any offense to Walmart, it's employees, or customers.