On 3/09/06, Marcos Gomez wrote:
> My 4 month old budge managed to break her wing when she got
> stuck on my CD storage stack. Actually, I think it broke
> when she panicked trying to unstick herself.
> So I took her to the vet who kept her over night trying to
> best find a taping that he would tolerate. He would not
> accept the traditional taping of the wing to the body. So he
> simply taped the wing shut. I have had to place him in a
> very small cage with 2 perchs at ground level. He is
> miserable because he is away from his mate who is in a
> cockatiel cage alone waiting for his return. They are both
> crying and screaming for each other periodicaly throughout
> the day. And they are both angry at me for seperating them.
> I feel horible.
> It has been 3 days like this and I will have to wait 6 weeks
> to see if this will work, but I don't know if I can keep
> them seperated that long. It is not as if I can explain to
> them that they need to have patience.
> Anyone have any advise? Will the wing/humor bone repair?
> Opinions welcome
It is great to hear there are people who will take a little
Budgie. to a Vet. In my opinion if any living creature
depends on us for it's living then we owe it the best but
sadly there are many people only take the more expensive
birds to a Vet. so you get my accolades Marcos.
In my opinion birds with friends who they love do better kept
together even if one has an injury as long as the companion
bird does not peck the injured part but then you will keep a
good eye on them.
All the luck in the world to you and your birds mate.