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Old 02-03-2019, 05:22 AM
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

I can only agree... so from now on we're taking a different route with how we're acting and what we're doing (grandpa doesn't understand what and why, but still follows the new routine cause we told hin it was best for the bird and he does understand that, but with his age, it's good enough... now my mum is another story completelly, but we're getting there too)... I should have been more present on this forum than I was, I missed so many things that I'm just now learning... but better late than never
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Old 02-04-2019, 08:32 AM
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we have a wet rat... XD

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Old 02-04-2019, 02:28 PM
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Must be a relief to her with all these Pinfeathers
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Old 02-05-2019, 05:14 AM
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it was, she has so many pin feathers on her head, it's almost impossible to scratch her at all, she's turning into a headgehog

her belly is mostly half freed pin feathers now and I can hardly see the stitches and she won't let me take a look if the strings are still in there -_- but I understand, the vet also grabs her and turns her over and she hates that so she won't let me do that anymore either...

it's been 3 weeks since the surgery and apart from the belly feathers still not fully there, you would never even guess she went through something like she did, this bird is just amazing...
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:47 AM
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and here I was, thinking I'd be happy to see the sun again after months of clouds and bad weather.... nope... just a few nice sunny days apparently mean that spring is coming and guess who is acting hormonal again... screaming, having an attitude, being waaay too cuddly, even tried to push her bum on my hand twice yesterday... just a few days before the vet visit when we would finally put Suprelorin implants into the crazy bird.... just till wednesday... but nope, crazy chicken is being too crazy again...

so I took her chewing toys out of the cage, rearanged what is still in there and moved the cage to the other side of the room, even took off the cover completelly (it's only going on there at night now, before it was hanging on the back wall so she didn't have too much direct light as her cage was near the window... I have no other idea what to do more... I just need to have her catastrophe free for a bit more, just till those implants start to work...
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Old 02-15-2019, 02:55 PM
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

Try to arrange an uninterrupted and quiet 10-12hrs of sleep to Sunny... if that's possible. I know it may not be easy, but just do your best.
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Old 02-15-2019, 03:23 PM
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we already started putting her to bed at 7pm and she has quiet till 8am (so 1 hour more than before all this) and even now shut the door to the room to give her more quiet... she has no problem with going to sleep sooner, got prety used to it in the one month since the surgery... no sleeping hut, I somehow did manage to get a cuttlebone into the cage, no petting apart from the head, no cuddling, not letting her under any shirt or under whatever (pillows,...), no paper to shred anywhere, try to give her more veggies (still not liking it though), she gets less fruity pellets... am I missing something? I must be missing something...
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

Give it time and don't forget that you love her.
She is in hyper-drive right now (probably more-so with the implant (like taking 6 birth control pills at once lol)
Just let her get through it and keep her away from the hormonal stuff as you have been.
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Old 02-15-2019, 04:04 PM
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she doesn't have the implant yet, I have the vet appointment on wednesday... so a few more days to go till then... that's why I worry again...
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Re: possibly laying an egg?

will they xray again between now and then? Surely she is experiencing odd hormones, given the fact that an egg was removed.
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