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Urgent Abnormal Droppings for a few days

AdroKay96

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Hi, made an account just because this is worrying me. I have a 5 year old black headed caique, I've had her since she was a baby and she's always been healthy. Nothing has changed in her diet or environment. The last few days her droppings have changed to be more watery like in the pictures. All four of these were taken tonight, within a span of about 2 hours. I have an appointment for the vet on Tuesday, but I'm wondering if maybe I'm overreacting and should let it go to see if her droppings return to normal, or maybe I'm under-reacting and should get her into the emergency vet immediately. Any advice would be appreciated, I'm worried about my baby.

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iamwhoiam

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Those look slightly watery. Always a good idea to take your bird to the vet if you have concerns.
 
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