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  1. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    So here is Raven at about 1 1/2 years-old. She lives inside in our master bathroom. She has a cat bed that we put those cheap $2 blankets from Walmart on. We fold them to fit, the poo doesn’t really stick to them, so we can just shake it into the toilet and flush. We have several and wash then...
  2. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    This is Raven now. She has much fewer neurological issues, but still has some minor balance problems and will not jump down from anything more than 2-4” high. She will likely never have full feathers again as they break off as soon as they grow out. She has adjusted quite well to living inside...
  3. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    Raven will be one year-old at the end of May. I hope these posts help someone in the future that has a frazzled bird. You can see in the pictures that she lost basically all her feathers, and the rest were broken. The little spots you see growing in now are new feathers that started 2 days ago...
  4. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    Raven now, at 9 months. She’s been laying for about a month now. As you can see, her feathers are extremely brittle and most are broken. She’s bare in many places. We live in Central FL and the coop is heated, but when it gets too cold she is brought inside as she has no protection AT ALL from...
  5. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    Where she spends most of her time:
  6. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    2 1/2 months. She is still far smaller, and much more immature than her sister. She spends most of her time perched on my shoe, while her sister grazes the lawn. Her name is now Raven.
  7. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    Sounds like an animal behaviorist in the making.
  8. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    I’m so sorry.
  9. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    Here she is one day shy of a month-old. I included one of her sister who is twice her size (the fluff makes her look bigger). Her sister also has far more feathers developed.
  10. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    Hi Chichero, I don’t show my birds. They are just fluffy pets that eat garden bugs in this household. I hope someone who knows a little more about this can help you. Also, there are several Serama groups on Facebook with people who show their birds, and you’d probably get a faster answer on...
  11. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    O M G! So freakin’ adorable! I have been wanting Silkied birds for so long with no luck. Now, we are moving soon (rented for a year when we moved here), so will have to wait til Spring.
  12. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    Rocky (a.k.a. The Rock). Always showing off. He is an incredibly sweet roo. He loves attention.
  13. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    A better picture of Buttercup’s “hearts” on her neck. These are really my husband’s favorites, but they are adorable.
  14. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    She is just a little over 3 months-old. Her name is Buttercup.
  15. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    Me too! She has little heart shapes around her neck feathers.
  16. carolsmith7878

    American serama thread!

    Love these sweet birds!
  17. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    18 Days-old on the possible frazzle chick. Still haven’t come up with a name for her. I’m thinking it’s a she (crossing fingers). She is super sweet and loves snuggles. You can see that while her hatchmate (named Dove) has more feather development. The little frazzled girl has less so and near...
  18. carolsmith7878

    Frizzle Frazzle, Sizzle Sazzle Thread...

    I’m thinking that, unfortunately, a breeder sent me eggs with a frazzled Serama. Her feathers are not frizzled, so much as curled, and they are super thin and well... frazzled looking. She was also the last to hatch and is half the size of her hatchmates. What do you think? I’ll keep updating...
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