We decided that unless husband is in the room she has to stay in her cage. She is her very Nanna self today. Demanding him and eating a lot and napping, then eating more. She eats more when we are home I think. We eat on the couch and she will eat in her cage when she sees us eat. She has a ton of catching up to do. I keep remembering what one of the owners said in my ear, " if she doesn't live out the week, we will make it good for you". That was a month ago. They did not expect her to make it. The husband will not speak to us and looks away and even left the store when we took her in to get clipped and a beak trim. He was not taking care of her. She let me feel her body when I held her after she fell. The crevasses are shrinking on both sides of her keel! I wish there was another independent store close to us but its 15 miles or more and we don't like mixing germs from two stores. All our birds, food and supplies come from this one.