Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.

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Mother Nature, as we all know, is full of wonders that we have yet to fully appreciate. Whether or if they are advantageous, in our opinion, they add interest to life. One of those welcome shocks is Blondie, the story’s central heroine, a sweet Venezuelan lovebird.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Venezuelan Bird Blondie is a delightful bird who wins respect for his curiosity and liveliness as well as-and perhaps even more so-for the fact that he is almost bald. The lovebird developed the uncommon immune system-attacking virus known as psittacine beak and feather disease (PBF), which led to him losing virtually all of his feathers and his ability to fly.. Due to his devoted human Bella Escobar, who looks after him every day, Blondie still seems to be full of life and cheer.

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You may have noticed that Blondie has a bald head. The extremely unusual psittacine beak and feather sickness is to blame for that (PBF).

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Blondie is now six years old. A lovebird typically lives for ten years. But Bella says that when a bird has a really bad case of PBF, it shortens its life because its beak gets so weak that it can’t eat well.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


He didn’t always act that way. In the past, Blondie had stunning orange and yellow feathers. According to Bella, Blondie used to love to soar around. “I recall that a lamp in our home was his favorite spot. He would chase us while flying because he is quite lively. He is also a very curious bird who likes to fly to new places to look around.
 
Blondie’s family began to notice that the bird was losing feathers on his legs when he turned one, though.
The bird lost even more feathers as the days went by, nearly being bald and unable to fly as a result.
Bella’s doctors advised her that stress was probably to blame. But the girl later discovered that Blondie had PBF illness, which affects a bird’s feathers and beak.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


“We took Blondie to the vet, where they performed an examination to rule out any parasites. The vets said it was probably stress, and we agreed. Though it didn’t make sense to us as to how Blondie might remove the feathers from his head, we didn’t believe it.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird

I discovered he had PBF disease, which I discovered when I started doing some investigation. This illness, which can spread from bird to bird, affects the beak and the feathers. We believe Blondie contracted the illness from her mother, who had it.
 
Although there is no known treatment for this illness, some birds have managed to regrow their feathers. That is, regrettably, not very common.
 
It took Blondie between 06 and 09 months to almost entirely go bald.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Due to Blondie’s condition, Bella needs to take a few safety measures. Bella needs to apply coconut oil to the bird’s exposed skin to keep it soft. Blondie is quite cold because he lacks feathers, but Bella offered him a plushie where he could sleep and remain warm. He also has a heating pad that keeps him warm when he sleeps.
 
Blondie struggled with being unable to do the things he liked, according to Bella. He developed a depressive episode.


Blondie lost a feather, which made her drowsy and uninterested. He had no desire to do anything. The bird’s family wanted to help him, so they took him to many locations he had never been to, as well as gave him toys and other amusements. Thankfully, it was successful. Blondie is more joyful than ever.
 
But she showed Blondie other ways he could achieve the same things he loved with perseverance and hard work, and it was successful!
Blondie is now more joyful than ever!

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Venezuelan Bird Blondie| Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Blondie mentioned how much she enjoys living with Bella. He’s grouchy, yet the owner claims he has charm. He’s boisterous, obstinate, hilarious, and inquisitive. He will constantly be next to you, attempting to observe what you are doing and playing with whatever is in front of him, whether you are cooking, studying, etc. They always appear to be both excited and afraid of Blondie when I invite friends home. Some claim he has a dinosaur-like appearance.
 

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Blondie is a very grumpy person and despises visitors to our home. People who visit him are put off by Blondie because he doesn’t do well with first impressions and is prepared to assault them.
 
Living with Blondie is great. I’m so grateful that he overcame so many obstacles and is still living as the magnificent bird he was when he had feathers.

Cute Venezuelan Bird Blondie With PBF Disease but Still Having a Good Time in Life.
Image credits: blondiethelovebird


Living and caring for an animal with special needs can be challenging, but getting to know your pet well and learning what they like and dislike is essential to understanding them and their behavior. Blondie is incredible, and I couldn’t be happier for him.


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