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Old 01-27-2019, 04:04 PM
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Squish has found the best possible home for himself. His personality just bursts out from the page! I hope his leg issues can be corrected, but if not I know you'll be there for him regardless. Congratulations and a hearty welcome this latest member of your household!
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Old 04-12-2019, 04:02 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by OutlawedSpirit View Post
Squish is a 4-5 week old peach face lovebird that has some rather severe physical deformities. We're not sure if it's a really bad case of splay leg or something else. His spine curves into an almost S shape and his left leg sticks way out in front of him.

But to just watch him, he obviously doesn't know anything is wrong. He wanders around the bottom of his new cage, is starting to climb up onto the food dishes and the hammock. Loves to be held and cuddled but will definitely let it be known when he's had enough.

For now he's able to eat and has normal poops so his spine issue doesn't seem to be affecting his digestive system at least. As he gets older, we'll take care of any issues that arise as long as he wants to fight we'll fight with him.

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Hey there! My baby had lots of challenges. He had similar issues with his legs and after a couple of months of calcium pellets and lots of cuddles he is totally healthy and buoyant although a little clumsy!

Your bub is so beautiful! Lots of love!
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