Jogging around the block
Glad to hear that you feel she is doing a bit better.Thank you for your kind words, and your prayers.
Mrs. Ceawind came home to check on Snowy, and we're happy to report she's doing a bit better. Still breathing harder than I'd like, but the tail twitchiness has subsided a bit, and she isn't puffing as much when she breathes.
We just changed her papers to monitor her output. Right now her droppings are partially-normal looking, with one exception: there is a lime-green "aura" surrounding each one on the paper, which Mrs. Ceawind tells me is a sure-sign of liver/bile trouble.
Still, she is eating a bit to be able to have anything in her droppings, so that's a good sign.
Any chance of pictures of the lil one, her friends, her droppings, cage, etc.?
If the avian vet feels she has nothing contagious and the other 2 keets do not bother her, sometimes it can be beneficial to keep her with her pals to relieve some stress? Does your heat source (the ceramic heat emitter) have a shroud around it to aide in heating and to somewhat direct the heat more towards your bird? Is she now perching well and sitting next to the heat source? Is she climbing at all or just currently sitting on the bottom of the cage? Is your seed super fresh and what other fresh food items are you putting into her cage?