Hey guys, so long story, about 5 months ago I was at work and a yellow budgie randomly flew into our huge warehouse, seemingly lost and distraught. I work in an industrial area so I have no clue where she came from. A co-worker and I didn't know what to do so he ran to grab a some water and a nutrition bar and while he was gone the little bird flew over and landed on my arm. We took her into a smaller space where we kept a water dish and food. It was about 6pm on Sunday so we couldn't contact anyone to help us out. We talked to one veterany office that gave us good advice but also said the budgie could die from shock within the next few days.. Well I still have the Budgie, her name is Opal, I call her Opie. While we had her in the smaller room she was very social and lovable! I resorted to buying a small cage from Walmart as it was my only option. Which later in the week I ended up buying hundreds of dollars worth of a cage and toys! She lives a good life, I try to talk to her everyday I try feeding her fresh fruits and veggies everyday but she only likes a seed mixture. It took about a month to get her to eat millet. I took Opie to the vet after I found blood in her cage about 2 months after finding her and she checked out very healthy, just a small laceration on the lower back. About 2 months later I had an incident where I woke up and her head was covered in dry blood. I took her to the bathroom and ran her under some sink water to clean up and she began vomiting/regurgitating pellets and spiting out/vomiting blood. I figured she was a lost cause so I left her alone and basically waited for her to die. but she is still hanging in there. Today, she is very healthy but extremely quiet and seems sad, after so much time I have spent with her she barely eats off my hand. Some days when I deep clean her cage and let her roam the house she totally hangs out around me. But other times she flies up to the curtain rod and just sits there for hours. I'm looking for any kind of advice for my little Opie to get her more comfortable and tame! She is only a year old, I personally feel a deep connection with this bird so I don't want give up on her, also I tried searching for a previous owner with no luck. I may have missed a few key points but this is already very long so I'll wrap it up here. Sorry for the uber long novel just figured a little back story might help.