When I bought my baby betta (Raven) a couple of month ago, I had no idea they required much more attention and care than an adult betta. Now, I've learned my lesson. She is very weak and lays on her side at the bottom of her tank. I had to move her to a shallow container for now. She was so weak that a couple of days ago, when I was going to net her (to move her to the shallow container), she had very little energy to avoid the net. It was very difficult to get her out of the tank because she stayed almost anchored to the bottom. She did get her fins nipped over a month ago (I'm an idiot for allowing that to happen) and she has been solitary ever since then. My guess is that she has issues with her swim bladder and a bacterial infection. Prior to being anchored to the bottom, she had all of the symptoms of swim bladder disease. I gave her medicine (Jungle fungus) a couple of weeks ago, and I fear that it was too powerful. I've been monitoring her for the last few days and she hasn't been eating at all (possibly not even strong enough)-- even in a shallow container. I was feeding her flakes (poor choice, I know) the entire couple months I've had her until she started anchoring to the bottom. I'm pretty sure her growth has been stunted too, as she is only 1.5 inches long. I know a heck of a lot more about baby bettas today now that I've researched their needs further due to Raven's drastic health decline in the last few days. I was going to put her into a 1 gallon filtered tank today, but I feel it would be too powerful and stressful. I ordered some almond leaves, so I'm waiting for those to arrive (if it will even do anything). I fear she is near death and I don't feel there is anything I can do but hope for some miracle or watch her die slowly. Health wise, she seems to be doing about the same as yesterday though. Here is a picture of Raven from today: The red I'm assuming is from previous ammonia burns. *slaps self* Thoughts, opinions, suggestions?