Sorry for not responding soon, been quite busy with my job.
So, I have applied 1 drop of Ivermectin in each bird's back neck in 24th December, and 31st December. They look much better. ZÉ MARIA's legs look almost new!!
I'm so happy you could help me saving them!!! I even gave them a new home!
Thank you very much to you all.
Will it take long to ZÉ MARIA gets full recovered?
The avian vet that gave me the medicine you advised, gave me this budgie nest and told me to attach it to the cage to see where it goes. I've noticed in the last days, that ZÉ MARIA is putting one leg in one of the females back, but no jumping on her back. They feed and love each other all the time. Could ZÉ MARIA have some kind of a problem on jumping on her due to the missing claws? Or I am overthinking and this is a normal status before mating?
Please check out the images!
Once again, thank you very much to you all!!
Very glad to be a part of this forum.