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Date:9/30/2014 5:11:11 PM
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Poor Ava!! She's probably worn out from losing blood- is she better yet? If not feed her lots of iron-rich foods like kale and swiss chard and broccoli. I accidentally cut a blood feather on my cockatiel and she lost two big drops of blood before I could find the pliers and pull it. Two drops doesn't sound like much, but she was worn out for the rest of the day and took it easy the next day too! I guess size-wise, those two drops were equivilant to two quarts to us. Is the new cage smaller than the one they were sharing with the tiel? Sounds like it was territorial fighting...
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