Well, I recieved another octopus via SWF.com today. I'll start its journal when I decide a name this time. Unfortunately, it's got issues from the get-go. One of its eyes is opaque, not cloudy. Solid white. I am positive it cannot see out of that eye. Is this something Tetracycline will help or at this point is it probably too late to save that eye? That's probably hard to answer. I suppose I'll answer my own question by adding that tomorrow I will be purchasing some Tetracycline and doing daily water changes over the next several days. I'm crossing my fingers that I will be able to get it to accept silversides or shrimp loaded with antibiotics. It will not accept a thawed silverside at the moment, which doesn't worry me too much at this point considering it just got added to the tank about 15 minutes ago. I handed it a live fiddler and it was interested, but didn't want to bother with it after the crab started trying to escape. It blows water at my hand, and was blowing water at me the entire time it was acclimating... certainly not like Tuvalu.