I just got a pair of rescue tiels, both female. One of them is lively, friendly, always runs out of the cage excitedly when I open it, etc. But the other one almost never leaves the cage & doesn’t really get excited about anything. I found a feather at the bottom of their cage yesterday, at first I thought it might be a blood feather because there was blood at the tip so I checked both tiels & they were fine, no bleeding. But I think one might be plucking. Her feathers are ratty/not full, and I found a scab on her wing where the feather was pulled out. I took them to the vet the day I got them & they’re both healthy, besides vitamin deficiency & the non plucking one is overweight. But the vet appointment was before the bloody feather & I realized she might be plucking, I thought her feathers were ratty from never being bathed at first so I didn’t ask about her feathers at the vet. The vet is an hour and a half away and the cockatiel hates the travel cage so I don’t want to go again right now, give her a break from the stress for a week or two. Any advice for a plucker? I have minimal experience with plucking. I have a pair of rescue lovebirds, one of them plucks on a very small scale from being hormonal in breeding season & a gcc who occasionally plucks feathers around his pin feathers during molting. But both of those are different from this situation- the gcc gets anti inflammatory meds as needed during molting & the lovebird gets lots of shredding toys, easy fixes.