Female lovebird has seizures
my lovebird has always been with her mate. now i watch and her seizures tend to be more when she goes to bottom of cage and the male wants to get on her. When she spreads her wings she goes into a seizure and he thinks she wants to mate and he tries to get on her and when I catch her seizuring I take her out and rub her back until she is soft again, he gets mad, obviously, but putting her back in the cage she is very weak on her legs. and staggers until she gets up in the box I put on top of the cage, where she sleeps and rather be most of the time, unless eating. thats where she is happiest. I made the box from food boxes, I hope that isn't dangerous, since she has been staying in them for years. sleeping in them.
what do I do if the male is causing these seizures, he thinks she wants to mate because she spreads her wings, but now I think its brings on her seizures, which are more frequent. please advise, if I take him away, she will die of a broken heart. Debbie