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Old 05-04-2019, 03:29 PM
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Thinking of the Noodles, and you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Noodles update (seizures?)

Thinking of you still...I reckon most of us parrot/animal owners are just as mushy as you...I cried when our pet chook (hen) passed away a couple of weeks ago...I'm such a sap
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Re: Noodles update (seizures?)

Good lord, what a bad weekend this has been for our birds...I didn't know that Noodles had a seizure or was sick until now because I have been outside since Friday trying to find Lita, who decided that flying outside in the worst rain-storm in history was a good idea...Try sleeping while you know your bird is up in the tallest tree in the world at night in a rain-storm and there's nothing you can do about it at all...It's a horrible feeling, second only to losing all sight or sound of her after you watch a "murder" of Crows chase her away screaming and crying for you to help her...Yesterday when I finally got a hold of her again I started balling my eyes out and nearly squeezed her to death on the long walk back home, her eyes were popping out of her head...Then when we finally got back home I wanted to kill her...

I know exactly what you're saying...Right now she chewing on my bracelet, my shirt, my pants, my pizza, and screaming at me because I'm ignoring her while I'm typing this, and I want to duct-tape her beak shut...But when I thought she was either dead or gone forever I was a wreck...And looking at her cage sitting outside in the yard nearly killed me yesterday...So I get it...

I hope Noodles is okay...Sounds like a combination of a fungal infection/no beneficial-bacteria upsetting her GI Tract, the stress of taking nasty medication that she hates, etc. Yesterday late-afternoon when I finally got Lita home, and she hadn't eaten anything or had a drink since Friday morning, she drank some orange juice and then of course I had pizza so I gave her a little piece...She then proceeded to eat a HUGE chunk of it that I didn't realize that she ripped-off of my plate, and didn't realize it until she vomited it all up...She threw-up 3 times on my shirt, 3 piles of chewed-up, liquidy cheese pizza...So of course I was like "Now she's sick from those dirty, nasty Crows!" (she got a little puncture-wound at the corner of her eyelid, so I don't know if she actually had contact with those Crows trying to kill her/eat her alive, or if she poked herself with a branch, etc...So i'm thinking a trip to the CAV tomorrow, then she vomited and I'm thinking "Time for the 24/7 Animal Hospital", but today she's totally fine...It was just her exhaustion, totally empty stomach, stress of the whole episode, and too much pizza....

They will be the death of us...I don't care what anyone says, human kids are easier....
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Re: Noodles update (seizures?)

Ugh...I know!!! I was thinking the same thing when I read your post-- bad week for birds lol.
Noodles continues to act normally today--- poop is still the thing that is concerning so we will do blood work AGAIN...this week (she's going to love that...)
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