Quickest way to cycle a fish tank | Tank Seeding and Nitrifying Bacteria in a Bottle | SO EASY!

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How do you set up a new aquarium? Well this is the first step!
In this video I discus 2 ways to cycle an aquarium.. seeding the aquarium with media from an established tank OR using a pre-grown colony of nitrifying bacteria that you can buy at the store in a bottle.
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These, in my opinion, are by far the easiest ways for new aquarium owners to prepare their new tank for future fish. What is your go to method?

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Kittens Being Bottle Fed – Super Cute Compilation || AHF

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Nothing is cuter than a cute little kittens being bottle-fed by their humans…

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– Bottle feeding kitten (6 days old)
– Bottle Feeding Our One Week Old Foster Kittens
– Kittens Bottle Feeding
– funny bottle fed cat
– Bottle feeding orphaned kittens
– Bottle Feeding a Kitten
– Feeding Bottle Baby Kittens
– Bottle feeding ATL kittens
– cute black kitten bottle fed “dont bother me im eating”
– Orphaned Kittens Being Bottle Fed!
– Bottle Feeding a Serval Kitten
– Newborn kitten bottle feeding
– Kitten bottle feeding herself
– Bottle Feeding 2 Week Old Orphaned Kitten
– Kitten Life- Bottle Feeding, Playing, Relaxing
– Adorable kitten with cleft palate nursing from her bottle
– So far so good, nano kitten, bottle feeding

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#4-03 Momma-Cat Lily, Bottle Feeding 4 Week Old Kittens

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This is what lunch time looks like when myself wearing my “kitten scrubs” and my assistant 9 month old kitten George are trying to manage 5 four week old kittens at lunch time bottle feeding them and spoon feeding cat food. Normally I sit on a stool and reach for them one kitten at a time BUT TODAY I thought I’d sit on the floor to CREATE a LITTLE DRAMA. Excellent idea as I think I achieved some cute entertainment.

They were all over me, crawling all up and down my body, trying to nurse on my face and George trying to keep them in line and playing with them sometimes a little on the rough side. The video has its comical and some very cute moments. I have also posted here on YouTube a video on how to or should I say, how I bath a kitten. When they have a momma that licks them clean but when they don’t you have no choice but to bath them. It wasn’t long after the video was shot that George took over the bathing and it’s so cute to see. I have posted it here on YouTube.

UPDATE: It’s June 6th now and all my little kittens have been adopted into wonderful loving homes. One lady in particular sends me pictures and videos every other day. She took Calie and Gizmo and she is amazing with them.



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How to Bottle Feed Kittens

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When you find kittens out on walks, remember that most times they are doing just fine in the care of their mother and do not need human intervention — as we say, “If you see, leave ’em be.” But if you do not see the mother after six hours of observation or the kittens feel cold to the touch, human intervention may be needed. This video shows you how to properly bottle feed a kitten. Charleston Animal Society’s foster program can help determine the best course of action and provide supplies. For more information visit: www.CharlestonAnimalSociety.org/foster

Fish Care in Bottle Aquariums Natural Update

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I have changed my fish care routine significantly in 2017 compared to the previous year (
Here are some of my aquariums.
I like to call them nurseries.
Most of them are made from 2 liter plastic bottles.
I feed my guppies every morning with fish flakes.
Serve enough for fish to eat in about 2-3 minutes.
Serve a second flake meal after sundown, only in aquariums with pregnant females.
Fish also eat leftovers that sink to the bottom of aquariums, plants, and any little water creatures they can catch.
Oxygen gets into water through water to air surface exchange and from plants in the water.
I stopped using an air pump.
All aquariums are populated with 2 or more types of plants.
All nurseries are populated with seed shrimps and cyclopes weeks before I move fish in it.
Guppies eat them.
I add seed shrimps and cyclopes every couple weeks to keep their population up in all aquariums. This is my smallest nursery where I breed seed shrimps.
Use a pipette ( to transfer at least 5-6 of them at a time.
Release them at the bottom of an aquarium – otherwise fish may eat them right away.
Make dechlorinated water by keeping tap water in an open jar at least overnight.
Add dechlorinated water to maintain the level in aquariums at least once a week as it evaporates.
Have an open jar of dechlorinated water available everyday.
Use a toothbrush to remove algae build up from walls of aquariums when you first notice it.
Control growth of algae as described in a previously published video (
Changing water in an aquarium means adjusting water quality.
The desirable water quality can be achieved in different ways.
Adding water as it evaporates, using plants to remove nitrites and produce oxygen, adjusting light to affect growth of plants (including algae) are just a few ways to change water quality.
Draining water from the bottom of an aquarium ( to remove remains of organic (primary remains of fish food and fish poop) is a common way of changing water.
The last time I drained water from the bottom of this aquarium was on April 7th, 2017.
This is my oldest (and largest) couple of guppies.
They poop much more compared to smaller size babies, which I keep in other aquariums.
Nevertheless, the cleaning crew made up of little water bugs keeps this, and all other aquariums, visibly fish poop free.
The mentioned water creatures and bacteria degrade organic remains.
They don’t remove it completely.
Over a longer period of time, it may tip the balance of aquarium ecosystem.
Then draining water from an aquarium may be necessary.
Respond at first notice to any changes in fish behavior, water cloudiness or discoloration (greenish or brownish algae), stale water odor and any other abnormalities.
In the past, I drain up to 20% of water from any aquarium.
Changing a larger quantity of water could be stressful for guppies.
Let’s see how much and what kind of “dirt” has accumulated in about 6 weeks period of time.
This much accounts for a job well done by my tiny cleaning crew 🙂
Stir the water.
Watch for anything moving against the current.
Those are seed shrimps, cyclopes and etc.
They can grow larger.
Drop them back to the aquarium.
Add dechlorinated water to the level in the aquarium.
Once again, I did not drain water from this aquarium for 6 weeks.
Other aquariums populated with younger and smaller guppies.
I did not drain water from those aquariums up to 5 months as of this video recording.
Here is one of the nurseries from which I add seed shrimps and cyclopes to aquariums populated with fish.
I have prepared this and similar nurseries for different projects and as the last resort.
Moving fish to a nursery aquarium from a problematic aquarium is simple and a fast way to resolve any problem.
It is my plan for an emergency, that I hope will never come.
Here, you can see more of my aquariums.
That is how I usually keep them.
The small cup size nurseries are only for plants, seed shrimps, and such creatures.
The size of my aquariums has allowed me to move them around as necessary to adjust exposure to sun light.
I have been using the described method of fish care without artificial filters or air pumps since the beginning of 2017.
I don’t know how well it may work in the longer term or if it can be scaled to larger size aquariums.
It works very well for me at least until the moment of publication of this video.
Every aquarium has a different ecosystem.
Constant daily observations are the key of understanding, creating, and keeping naturally balanced ecosystems.
Have fun and happy aquariums 🙂
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Three Little Kittens | Nursery Rhymes Songs | Cartoons Bottle Squad | Kids Songs Collection

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Rescuing Newborn Kittens

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Yesterday Kitten Lady rescued 3 newborn kittens: Boomba, Bumble, and Bee. In this video you can see their rescue story, and learn how to care for abandoned newborn kittens in your own home. Please subscribe for more kitten videos!


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