Hey aluz and FaeryBee. Thanks for the quick reply.
Yes I started to give them some vitamins, Promotor ,,43'' made in Spain, Barcelona exactly, which contains a bunch of different vitamins like A D3 E K3 B1,2,6,12 etc...So hopefully this will help.
Regardless to my splayed legged budgie I think she can rest well on the place she is but I am sure there is always a way to make it better indeed.
Her cage is a flat roofed rodent cage in fact with a flat grid platform transformed totally to bird cage.
Aluz please send me a link to check what you mean by flat handicap friendly platform since I was unable to find on internet.
Meanwhile here are some pictures of the splayed legged budgie...The first one was taken a few minutes ago. She is resting
The rest images are older
This is her ,,normal'' leg with the broken healed finger (rear finger at the root has a strange courviture...that's the spot)
In the last image we got some old cocktails, one of them passed away unfortunately by a stroke, the other had a huuge huge swollen right leg for unknown reasons.
They lived they whole lives in a small cage but now is replaced to a bigger one...and doe to a new type of feeder, her swollen leg got injured even further and before we realized a deep deep wound formed inside her knee joint...We also treated that parrot with parasinus in water and some ointment recommended by vet but again...they aren't really treating birds like at all in this country...Now we give him vitamins and using ointment twice a day.
Some pictures of her ugly leg (the wound is not visible because is standing on it, but is not a living wound from outside) and the feeder that I tie soft papers on (the plastic part which caused the wound) every day to keep it more comfortable and clean and prevent the aggravation of injury.
The problem with this bird is that he's really old now...I don't know exactly but is like 21+ years and he is healing very very slowly...I don't even care if his joint will be destroyed but the wound should finally heal and that way the pain will flee away hopefully but as I said...it takes long doe to bird's age and the deep deep wound. Her pain was so much worse before doe so I am happy at least I see some healing.
Looks like we only have handicapped birds, but we have at least 1 young totally healthy bird
I think we do everything is on us really...is a real procedure to treat all birds every day