Last night as we were going to bed I heard an awful squaking coming from the living room where the bird cage was. We have a large cage on a stand for our 2 parakeets, and my cat was clinging to the lower side of the cage part trying to pull one of my parakeets through the bars. I scared the cat away, the the poor keet was kind of stuck to the bars so I released it. It was able to climb back up to a perch, but it's missing the longest feathers on one side, there is blook on the lower ones and what appears to be a bite mark on the top and bottom. I am thinking my cat was able to claw the wing and start pulling that out, and as the wing came threw the bars he was able to start biting on it. Anyway, there wasn't a lot of blood and it appeard to coagulate quickly, so I didn't want to take the bird out and shock it or hurt it while trying to grab it and check on the wing. I kept an eye on it for 15 minutes or so to make sure it seemed ok. This morning it was still alive, although kind of puffled up and sleeping even after we took the cover off. My other keet was awake. What should I do? Hope for the best? Do you think it's just trying to recover? I've never had this happen before.