Upside Down Catfish
this fish is great i have one and it has lived for 5 years, but that do like to hide a lot, but overall i like this fish a lot so you should bye it
February 8, 2014
upside down cats
Here is the deal with upside down catfish, many people do not like them because they think they hide too often, I disagree. I have 2 of these in a 37 gallon community tank, they hide at least 3/4 of the day. They hide because they are mostly nocturnal, and only come out when the tank's light is off, plus they are a very timid fish, and can be easily intimidated. They also appear when there is food near them, I feed mine omega one shrimp pellets. Even though it can be frustrating at times when they don't come out, it's well worth it when they do, they make the tank much more interesting. It has beautiful markings that makes it unique. Overall, it is well worth the money, it cleans algae off my decorations more than my algae eater does, so what if it has flaws, it still makes a great addition.
February 2, 2014
So I am a grandmother of five young, beautiful children. I got this fish to please my little angels. I thought it was dead because it was upside down, but my cutie-patooties thought otherwise. I was about to flush it down the toilet, but it started to move! It gave me such a freight, I almost peared my pants, because I'm an old pear! I named it peepee because I almost peared my pants. I recommend this fish because it will bring you great memories.
January 20, 2014
I love my upside down catfish. I have three of them and i have had them for a little while now and I just love them! Jumbo the biggest one hogs the cave I have but that just means the other two Fred and tiny get to hide in the plants. Mine are very active as soon as i turn off the lights. I love these guys!!
October 16, 2013