Whilst some of you may have read the threads about my green monster Zayla holding fluids and the vet not knowing what might be the cause. The unexpected thing happened. This morning I woke up because one of the birds was being annoying - so I thought. I told them off to stop and go back to sleep. After a minute it kept going on and I put my lights on them, missing one of them. I rushed to the cage and saw Manny sitting on the floor, flapping her wings and tumbling over. I just had her about a year in July and she was rouhgly 6-7 weeks when I bought her. I quickly grabbed her and started to talk to her. I put her in the transporter so she wouldn't hurt herself. Went downstairs as I had to go to the loo, told my mum one of them was dying and it wasn't Zayla or my crawlers and I had to rush upstairs before Manny would die by herself. As you can guess I came upstairs and she already had passed. It went so quick.... as far as I know she wasn't sick, she wasn't skinny, she didn't puke, I didn't find weird poo's as far as I know she was a healthy bird, albeit a bit too breedy for her age. So yea in dubio. They have antibiotics in their water because of Zayla's tapping, so I don't know what to do right now.... all I can say even though Manny hated me, and I sometimes hated her too I'm still upset by these events. OF all the birds dying early, I would have expected Tico to go with his epileptic attacks last year and he's still hanging on in there. Rest in peace Manny, you can still come visit.
How very sad for you and family and her birdie friends. Not knowing what caused her pass is very hard.
My sweet Buttercup died in January exactly the same way. No signs of being ill, he was fine at 9am and I walked in the room where his cage was at 11ish and he was gone. Still bothers me that I don't know what caused this sudden passing.