I know. It sucks. It's not really feasible to buy drinking water for water changes unless it was only for every once in awhile. I'm hoping it will cycle soon and be able to handle the ammonia. It was seeded from a cycled tank so I'm hoping it won't take long for the bacteria to catch up. I'm hoping I won't have to invest in some kind of filter to get rid of it. Ugh.. I did do some tests and took pics. I didn't take pics this morning so I don't know if I read it wrong this morning or if it came down some over the day (it was tested at about 6am this morning and this test was taken at 6:45pm). Goldfish tank is reading about 2ppm and tap is reading about 1ppm on this set of tests. Coulda sworn the tap was 2ppm this morning but maybe I was still half asleep and didn't read it right. Goldfish test on left, tap on right. Goldfish test results. Did an 80% water change this morning. Tank is partially cycled but not for the bio load it is under. It has filter media from the 10gallon cycled tank and I also added a couple of plants and decorations from my 55 gallon so hopefully that has some good bacteria as well to help it along. Went ahead and did another 75% water change this evening and just added prime. Probably wasted the medicine added from earlier but I wanted to get some of those levels down. 55 gallon freshwater planted community tank which also had a 60% water change this morning. Ammonia almost always reads at .25 or less. I'm not sure why it never reads 0 ammonia on here. I also have the Seachem ammonia alert and that is currently yellow. It turned green this morning after the water change for awhile.