Emergency stocking/overcrowding help needed ASAP!! Hi all! I posted a few weeks ago about my newly re-set up 29g tank. It's fully cycled and has been doing very well. As of 2 weeks ago I had 9 RCS, 2 amano shrimp, 2 panda corycats, 5 neon tetras, 3 otos, and 5 zebra danios, and two guppies (both female). Then 6 days ago ago a neighbor (who knows I keep a fish tank) came over with a plastic bag full of fish (no advance warning). She said she was tired of her daughter not taking care of her fish and if I wouldn't take them she was throwing them in the trash! I couldn't say no....so I now have 9 glo-lite danios, 1 male guppy, and 2 baby clown loaches (she just bought the loaches 3 weeks ago) added to the rest of my tank. Unfortunately I don't own and can't afford a quarantine tank but I kept a "quarantine" bucket with an airstone going for three days before I introduced the fish to my tank. I know the clown loaches will get way too big for my 29g tank. Unfortunately the LFS will not take the fish back and neither will the big stores (Petsmart, Petco). I know these are very undesirable living conditions (although WAY better than the previous conditions for the neighbors' fish....she had all 12 fish in a 5 gallon tank with a huge decoration in the middle!!) but what can I do? I don't know anyone who keeps fish so there's not even someone I could give the fish to. Again unless I get lucky at a yardsale (and I'm looking!) I can't afford a larger tank right now (although I hope to own a 125g someday...like in 5 years...). I had a large piece of driftwood and a stone dragon in my tank previously. I've removed the dragon and laid the driftwood on it's side to make a little more horizontal room for swimming and a little hiding space for the loaches but I don't know what else I can do. I'm watching the water very carefully to make sure that the ammonia doesn't get out of control but I'm at a loss now. I don't want my fish to suffer but I also don't want to subject the other 12 fish to the conditions they were in or to death in 85 degree weather in a trash can! I am relieved that the lady thought to give them to me rather than just chuck them to begin with. The fish all seem happy and have found schooling groups with my fish but.....AAAAHHH...what to do?!?!?! Thanks in advance for any advice!