Does anyone know if coffee mug warmers have a Teflon/non-stick coating that could be toxic to birds? Shortly after he came to me, JJ my Quaker had several seizures each about a month apart. I eventually put two and two together and realized that it maybe coincided with us baking bread once a month. I checked our loaf pans and to my horror found that two of them were coated. Stupid, stupid, stupid. I know. I can’t believe I missed that. Strangely, my budgies appeared completely unaffected, so maybe JJ is a little extra sensitive? Obviously, we got rid of those pans and have been super extra careful to check ALL our cookware. It’s been months since JJ had a seizure so I thought we had it figured out. Then at six this morning he had a seizure. Fortunately he’s back to his normal self now but I have been wracking my brain and the ONLY thing I can come up with is that we have been using a mug warmer to heat formula for an orphan baby bunny we’ve been hand feeding. It doesn’t get very hot and the last time I used it would have been about 10:30pm; 7-8 hours before JJ’s seizure. Does anyone know if mug warmers have a nonstick coating? Or if so, would using it at such low heat still be dangerous? Could it have accumulated in his lungs in tiny amounts each time I used the warmer over the last couple of days? Any thoughts or opinions are appreciated. (Oh, and of course I am no longer using the warmer just in case).