My golden albino axolotl has a missing end of his tail and has a damaged and red arm. I noticed the missing end of his tail the other day but chalked it up to his tankmate (a slightly larger axolotl) taking a nip at him, as it wouldn't be the first time. Today I noted that he wasn't using his front leg and upon closer inspection, I noticed that they were a deep red color. I immediately scooped him out of the tank and placed him a Brita pitcher as it was the only clean container available (I'm a college student living in a dorm). After doing some research I came to the conclusion that he most likely has a red leg. He also may have a fungal infection in his gills. I gave him a light salt bath which seemed to reduce the redness then followed it up with a tea bath (making sure that the tea was only black tea). He Is now in the fridge which is currently at about 7 degrees celsius. He is the Brita with dechlorinated new water. His tankmate appears perfectly healthy but I will be monitoring both of them closely. What are his chances of survival and what can I do to keep those odds in his favor. I will be calling local vets in the area tomorrow and seeing if they take axolotls.