Honestly, with the environment he was in I would call it more of a rescue than an adoption despite the costly rehoming fee. Thankfully he no longer has any redness on his leg/foot area. I recently upgraded his cage to a much larger one, and he maneuvers around like a pro despite his poor messed up little feet. He's confident and capable; I think the key has been not babying him. All in all, I'd say he's doing wonderfully.Have we spoken before about this bird? I´m sure of it. You adopted him, right? How are you getting on with his cage set up etc accomodating for his foot? I´d love to read about it
When his toes point in extra weird directions or get tucked under other toes I jokingly tell him to fix his feet . He eventually ends up rearranging them so they're in a semi-normal position.That's the same with our Adélie. She's now now in a flight cage because she does great getting around the cage so I was curious as your bird has both feet closed and she only has the one like that.
I'm glad he's doing so well!