Thank you to everyone who's followed my other threads. As you probably are aware, I didn't manage to save my first rescued Budgie, simply because I had no idea how serious the problem was and I didn't take her to an avian vet soon enough.
This morning my heart almost stopped when I just noticed that Lucky's tail is bobbing when he's at rest! He has been very quiet, and although he's picked up a little the last couple of hours, I am fully aware that this may be him hiding signs of illness! I have called an AVIAN vet this time, recommended to me by RSPCA, and I am taking him there in 5 hours (they couldn't see me sooner, unfortunately).
How successful can one be in saving the lives of budgies who shows signs of tail bobbing/respiartory problems? I am NOT prepared to let Lucky pass away any time soon! I will do everything I can to give him a long, happy life, but I know this vet visit might be crucial in determining his fate... My oh my, it's gonna be a looong day...