There will be those among you who find the prospect of trying to cheer up a depressed bird amusing. Go ahead - laugh. Just like babies, birds of any particular breed all look pretty much the same. Same feather style, same expression, same beaks, same claws, same teeth... To the untrained eye, that is. However, anyone who has spent years studying birds for a living, observing their every little emotion, knows that birds do indeed suffer from depression. So, if a depressed bird is abandoned on your doorstep, how do you set about cheering it up? Once the bird realizes it's been saddled with you for a companion, you have your work cut out. Forget antidepressants. Forget St. John's Wort pills or tea bags. Before you get too deeply into the question of treatment, are you certain that the bird is depressed or have you made a misdiagnosis? What aroused your suspicions in the first place?
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