I hope that you, Catherine and the birdies are all well. I just found out that I need to have kidney stone surgery (August 4th) that in the past it has always been ambulatory (one day), but this time it might turn into a 2 and possibly 3 night stay if it turns into invasive surgery and if I encounter any complications (fever, chills, infection, etc.). I live alone and am not sure how I will manage afterward.
I will not be able to lift or bend for weeks (stitches) if it is invasive and even if it isn’t with having a stent in me, it will be extremely difficult.
‘Seymour likes to bring her food to the edge of the kitchen counter and it’s all over the floor (as I am sure you know). ”
If you want richer, robust and more granular content than Facebook bird groups and Google searches for information about pet bird care, it’s best to navigate towards expert sources (which is why you’re here 😉
We spend a lot of time fact finding and this list (below) is just one of our sources.
All papers were written by veterinarians, ornithologists, zoologists, and other accredited professionals.