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The Four Paws company's avian veterinarian contacted a qualified university to preform the necropsy/autopsy on Bella so that the results are purely based on what they found not bias. They haven't contacted us accept to ask us a couple more questions such as if we had any other birds in the house, which we do. (only a female Solomon Island Eclectus parrot)
I couldn't imagine what else could have killed her so suddenly...The bird showed symptomes immediately after spraying it on her and one of my family members even told me that they thought it was going to die even before she did... I noticed how strange the bird was acting but I just couldn't believe that they could sell something that could actually kill our bird...but now I am much more suspicious of products in general.
When we bought Bella they said she was 6 months old and we keep her for 10 weeks (we bought this spray from the same pet store we bought Bella) until she died february 14th. The Four Paws company isn't manufacturing this product any longer and is waiting for the autopsy results. I will update you guys on the findings as soon as I get the call.