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Re: bird sick??

Posted by cindy on 7/27/07
(6) Comments

    On 7/27/07, Aunt Bea wrote:
    > On 7/27/07, Dave wrote:
    >> On 7/27/07, cindy wrote:
    >>> On 7/27/07, Dave wrote:
    >>>> On 7/27/07, cindy wrote:
    >>>>> what does it mean when my bird just stays on the bottom
    >>>>> and dont want to go up anywhere how can u tel how old a
    >>>>> bird actualy is by ot taking a test anyone please
    >>>> Periodically, parrots stay at the bottom of the cage---1 or
    >>>> maximum 2 days then stays up in the cage and then, sometime
    >>>> in the future, repeats the whole procedure. Some hang out in
    >>>> the roof temporarily. If your parrot has been doing this for
    >>>> a straight week or more, it's best to have it checked by a
    >>>> Vet now before it's to late.
    >>>> As far as age, there's no precise test, just approx guesses.
    >>>> Some parrot's ages can be seen by looking at the eye and
    >>>> checking the color of the iris surrounding the pupil but
    >>>> that won't give an accurate age number, just a method of
    >>>> whether the bird is an adult or not. You never said what
    >>>> kind of parrot you're talking about?-----Dave
    >>> well i thought something was wrong so i did start to take him
    >>> to the vet and it was a cockatiel and i took it to the vet
    >>> but by the time we got there he was gone already i dotn knwo
    >>> wht happened cause he was healthy i thought he seems ok just a
    >>> few hours before when it was feeding time and play time i knew
    >>> somethin was wrong when wegot him on our finger then on the
    >>> shoulder but he didnt flyaway like he normally does but at
    >>> least hes not suffereing anymore poor litle guy i really was
    >>> attached to him
    >> I'm sorry that you had a bad time here. Try to feel better. Chin
    >> up. Things are always better around the corner----Dave
    > Hi Cindy, I'm sorry your bird passed away. Thats just natures way.
    > Death is part of life. Did the vet give you any clue as to what
    > may have happened? If you decide to get another bird make sure
    > you clean and disinfect your cage and supplies before bringing
    > another bird home. Good luck

    no im not sorryntht he passed know thats part of life im not
    worried about that ididnt bother gong to the vet after he was dead i
    just fgured he was older then i was told i had him for at least 5
    or 6 years he lved a great life he was fine just a hour before but
    thats ok and also none of the other birds are sick or nothing there
    is 7 other birdsn the cage with him and they are doing good