I have a goffin named Tobie who is 8 years old, I have had her for 6 years. She has always been a very happy bird but recently she has started having seizures when she gets to upset. I have taken her to the vet and they did all the blood work they could on her and found nothing wrong. All her organs are working properly and she has no infections or parasites. They sent me home with some seizure medicine that I have to put into her water. She has also started plucking but she is hiding it very well. She is only doing it on her legs and certain spots on her back where other feathers will cover it up. She has also completely stopped playing with all her toys! I move them around and give her new ones every couple of months and nothing. She used to play and destroy them all the time. Now all she does is sit in front of her heat lamp and pick her legs. The vet also had me change her diet so now she gets organic baby food (she was having fits over the pellets and throwing them out) homemade bird bread that I make with natural grains and veggies, and I still offer her pellets. She is eating ok, however, the vet did say she was a couple of grams under weight and I have always had this problem with her. When she is out of cage all she wants to do is preen herself, she used to not be like that. I'm worried that there is really something wrong but the vet can't seem to find anything and it is quite upsetting for myself and Tobie. Has anyone else had problems like this?