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Default Upside down cat acting weird

I have 2 upside down catfish. When I first got them they would hide in the boat. Now they stay out. But one goes to the back right corner up at the top of the water and stays there. He seams fine. It's hard always make sure he's eating. I have seen him move around the tank and eat on occasion. Have any ideas?
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Default Re: Upside down cat acting weird

Upside-Down Cats are shy and nocturnal. Make sure that you drop some sinking wafers after you turn the lights off. They should be fine.
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I just started dropping wafers in there at night.
In the morning I can see him going around the tank but he usually ends up in the corner. I guess he likes that corner.
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