I currently have a 3.5 gallon tank, but am planning on switching to a 10 gallon in a few months. My 3.5 has been cycling for a week and a half now, and when it's finished cycling my plan is to start out with a male betta and maybe some snails or shrimp, then add some tetra when I upgrade to the 10. Does this sound like a good plan? Are there any flaws that I haven't thought of? I am aware of the aggression of bettas, so I'll be adding the tetras to the new tank before the betta, and keep the 3.5 set up for a few days so I can put the betta back in there if something goes wrong. I think this all sounds good, but I'd also like to know if anyone has any other suggestions for a 3.5 or 10 gallon tank. I've done tons of research, and it seems like most people don't suggest putting anything other than a betta, some shrimp, or some snails into a 3.5, but I thought I'd ask in case I've missed something. c: Also, is a 3.5 gallon tank too small for 2 or 3 female bettas? I've considered getting some females because I'd like to have more than one fish, but I haven't been able to figure out if the 3.5 is large enough for multiple female bettas or not. Thanks for any help you can give!