Aquarium Fish Seized In Ohio Hoarding Case Find Homes

All the bettas, tetras, corydoras catfish, and even a bristle nose pleco have been rehomed.

A metallic double-tail male Siamese Fighting Fish (Betta splendens. Via Pharaoh Hound/Wikipedia
A metallic double-tail male Siamese Fighting Fish (Betta splendens. Via Pharaoh Hound/Wikipedia

The PAWSibilities Humane Society of Greater Akron announced on Facebook that all its finned friends have been adopted and have found new homes in the community. The society was looking for a few good fish keepers to adopt some of the fish that were seized in an animal hoarding case last August. The fish included bettas in various colors, corydoras catfish, tiger barbs, bristle nose plecostomus, black skirt tetras, and red fin tetras.

This is just one of many bettas that were rehomed. Photo by PAWSibilities Humane Society of Greater Akron

“Frankly, we didn’t know fish were that interesting, but we’re glad they are,” said Diane Johnson, president and chief executive officer of the agency. “That’s what get animals adopted.”

For more information, visit the society at 7996 Darrow Road (state Route 91), Twinsburg Township or call at (330) 487-0333.

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