- Sep 10, 2011
We don't know what got into them. But our Lavendar Lady is dead. The Buff Orpy is fine and in her coup. They are resting in a box, 2 of them over a heating pad, one under a hot lamp. Another with no visable marks, but bleeding out of an ear, is in a different box, with a warm lamp on her. She is standing and drinking from a syringe. Two Blue Orpys are alive, both bleeding out of an ear hole. One of the blues has a hole in the back of the head. No marks on any of the bodies. Both Blues refuse to open their eyes. One is standing, at times we have heard her "gurgle" and she moves her beak alot. They both will drink water out of a syringe. One will stand, (the one gurgling) the other wont. Our worst, is our a beautiful white americana. Her head is pretty bloody. Can't really wash it to see what the damage is, but she is standing, and will also drink out of a syringe. Then she sits down and her head flops forward resting her beak on the towel. Is there any thing we can give them to help? We are desperate, these have become more important to us than we ever thought could happen. I reiterate, none of them have body damage, only head damage. Please if there is anyone that can offer helpful advice, we haven't tried a warm mesh yet, but will in a bit.