Things started well this morning. Zuri's weight was stable and he even ate some seed in front of me.
He was still a very active bird, trying to climb small ledges (unsuccessfully though).
However, later in the afternoon we ran into a small issue. For the first time since we moved him to the very small cage, he's figured out how to get to his bandaged foot. He didn't need to roll over like he did that first night we brought him back home. No - he managed to figure out a way to bring his foot up to his beak. Fortunately, he only managed to get at the tape.
I think part of the reason why it might have happened today and not previously is that I didn't load his cage up with as much paper towel to chew - I quickly fixed that by adding more paper towel, in a fashion that it would be hard for him to bring his leg up through it.
We also touched up the bandage with some medical tape and I made the bandage bigger, so that the edge would be far away from the toe so that if he were to figure out a way to bring his leg back up, he'd have quite a bit of tape to chew on before getting to anything else, which hopefully will allow us plenty of time to fix things once more.
With that going on, I didn't really get him to interact with Shade today and I'm very happy we are home once again tomorrow and that Monday he has his follow-up appointment at the vet, where he will get a new bandage and, possibly, a broader collar (so that he can't bring his foot up to his beak). The Boy thinks that part of the issue is that the collar might have loosened up a bit, allowing Zuri to have more play with his neck and bend his head further down to meet his foot. In any case, I hope the vet will see to this new issue.