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Date:9/30/2014 12:37:40 AM
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Well, I am stilll having a little trouble getting all my birds to settle in. This is possible stemming from the fact that I can no longer leave Yo-yo, Peter, and Ava all in the same large cage. Peter is acting very strange, and has attacked Ava twice. The first time I thought It was possible she had just gotten her foot caught somewhere. After I put Ava back (despite the fact they were not acting right around each other-should have been a clue) she was definatly attacked. Many of her tail feathers were pulled out, including a blood feather. The ones that were left were pulled all funny and wee died red. He also got two toes on the other foot. One of them is pulled funny so It has healed crooked, and the other was just a bad cut. However, it is hard now to get them to heal. She keeps wanting to fly and climb and play, but whenever she does try to do that, (besides the fact she keeps falling because it is very hard for her to use her feet)
She starts breathing very hard and her feet turn bright red and purple, and swell up. I do not know how to convince her to play in a quieter manner. I already have her in aquarium. Any suggestions?
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