We have a 30 gal tank. Came home yesterday and 1/4 of the water was still left. It was dripping onto the heating and filter cords, near the outlet. So thankfully, no house fire. Just damaged hardwood floors. I scooped the fish up & put them into the back up 10 gallon tank. Of course, it isn't filtered. And didn't have time to properly transition. The fish do appear fine, but 10 gallons is a bit small. We have 3 mickey mouse (about 1.5-2 inches long) & 4 danio glos (about 2-2.5 inches long). I'm not going to try to save the tank. I don't want to risk it leaking again. Plus, the stand is ruined from water soaked into it as well. I have no where else to put a tank besides my kitchen counter. My kids have lost interest in the fish & don't plan to get anymore fish. So what is the best plan for a tank? Just keep in the 10 gallon and let it recycle? Something else? Maybe see about rehoming the fish somewhere else? I called insurance to file a claim with the hardwoods. It was about 20-ish gallons soaked into the wood. It smells like fish nastiness downstairs. What can I do to get rid of the smell in the wood until we can hear back from the insurance adjuster? We have cleaned & mopped the area, running a dehumidifier, box fans, and ceiling fans non-stop. My hope is we can just replace all of the wood since the water contained fish germs and fecal matter. Any thoughts would be great! I'm not sure I'm posting this in the right area....so please feel free to move.