breeding  (3)

It's worth mentioning that keets have delicate legs and must be kept on a surface with enough texture for them to get a grip; newspaper or cardboard is too slippery and they will do the splits.  I find very fine wire mesh, cloth or sandpaper is good.  Occasionally a keet will hatch with spraddle legs - you will see that one leg seems disjointed where it joins the body.  If you catch it early you can tie their legs together with soft wool, leaving a gap of less than 1 inch, take it off after 3 or 4 days.  If your bird is still not cured then humane dispatch is the only option.