Lee's Kritter Keeper, Medium Rectangle w/Lid, Label, Colors may vary
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- Rectangular Kritter Keepers have self-locking lids with hinged viewer/ feeder windows
- The mini, small and medium sizes have carrying handles for easy transport
- Kritter Keepers have well-ventilated lids in assorted colors
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Top Customer Reviews
Never, ever make this kritter keeper a home for goldfish. Contrary to popular belief, goldfish need lots of water to make up for the massive amount of waste they produce. This size would be alright for a betta (who should never have less than a gallon of water, again, contrary to popular belief), maybe a trio of guppies if you have a filter.
This kritter keeper is great, as long as you know how to properly use it.
Having a lid is great. Bettas can and will jump. FYI - if your betta does jump, he can survive for a surprisingly long time out of water. Put him back in, can't hurt and you might be surprised. He will probably need some stress ease or salt to combat infection. There is an area pre-punched in the lid for removal, if you'd like to add a small filter or heater. If you do daily 10% water changes, you can probably skip the filter (a turkey baster works great for this), but I do recommend a heater if your ambient temperature is lower than high 70's. Bettas come from Thailand, and like water around 80 degrees. If you heat, add a thermometer to monitor please.
Feedback on my reviews is very welcome! Thanks!
That being said, I received two of these and both have stood up well. The bases are sturdy, despite being filled with water for my bettas. The covers securely snap to the bases. The central opening also snaps securely. I have owned other brands of kritter keepers and the central openings were not secure so that I had to place a heavy objects on the tops to keep my critters from escaping.
My bettas enjoy the space. It's true that bettas can be kept in small containers but they become lethargic and depressed. I "upsized" their swimming area, added a few more floating plants (alas, plastic ones), and they've come to life. I've been rewarded with bettas that swim and strut their glorious fins and colors.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works as described. The plastic is clear so that the critters inside are easily seen. I am using this on its side inside a much larger aquarium to house a crayfish. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Stacey L.
got this for my son for him to catch all of his frogs and critters he loves to catch around the yard. Great for that purpose but didn't hold up well. it lasted 1 week.Published 1 month ago by Ashley Stowers
My granddaughter loves the Lee's Kritter Keeper. She has set it up with dirt, grass, leaves, water, and many other outdoor items that she collects around the yard. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mimi
Recently bought this to transport some of our education program animals to programs offsite. However, it did not come with a lid, making it completely useless.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This critter keeper arrived in great shape and was larger than I expected, which made me happy. My daughters has been raising the same three snails snails in plastic jars with... Read morePublished 1 month ago by zombieluvr666
Would serve its purpose.. If I didn't receive it completely cracked all the way up the sidePublished 2 months ago by Kersti