Hello, I'm new to this forum and aquatic animals in general, and just recently freaked out about getting a cephalopod of some sort. I thought owning one was basically an option only for those near the beach...of course being in the college-dorm environment in a land-locked state, space is a bit hard to come by, and with that being said, I'm thinking a 35-35 gal tank should be sufficient, but a sump out of the question. Though while pricing options on the PetCo website (among others), could a Fish Net Breeder be sufficient for keeping an octopus out of sensitive mechanics of filters and pumps and such? here's the URL for the PetCo model... http://www.petco.com/Shop/petco_Pro...219_cp_3_Nao_24_sku_737020_familyID_9217.aspx thanks in advance. I just want to know if this could work. I'll wait on getting a something until I really have enough money and time to properly house it in a smaller environment than normal.