Hello, I am new to this site, but I have had my canary for a little over a year. I bought him from a local PetSmart and within the month he visited a vet for a stomach bug. He also has been treated for air sac mites. He is a favorite at my vet's as he is a very sweet canary, but my vet has told me that he might have some type of undetermined virus. We ruled out Feather Disease and polyomavirus, but his beak continues to overgrow (I trim it regularly), and he coughs and wheezes, but not all the time. I have done my research, and he gets fresh water and seed daily which also includes some pellets; he always has a fresh supply of organic fruits and vegetables, cuttle bone, no draft, large flight cage. He hasn't sung in a while, but I knew he was going into molt. My latest concern is that on one of his shoulder blades, the feathers have come in, but there appears to be a staining of blood. His flying is also very compromised. He is staying on lower perches in his cage, but I can tell he wants to fly up, but he cannot. In addition, and this just started this morning, he doesn't appear to be eating. I saw him drink water this morning, but I had someone check in on him (I am at work) and they did not see any evidence of his eating. I will offer him some boiled egg tonight with some chopped greens, but do any of you have any thoughts out there. My vet is not around until Saturday, and perhaps this is a normal molting issue. He seems to be losing so many feathers (they are on the ground), but he doesn't have bald patches. Just the blood staining and loss of appetite. Any thoughts or similar experiences, suggestions on how to make my bird comfortable until Saturday. Thank you.