Household birds commonly eat human diarrhea because it contains essential nutrients (particularly chloride ions) vital to their diets that their human owners often deprive them of. Usually, human stool consists completely of unnecessary waste that the body cannot use, but in the case of diarrhea, the body did not fully absorb all of the nutrients, and a lot of it ended up in the waste.
"If the world hates you, keep in mind that it hated me first." John 15:18
"True strength isn't determined by when a man has a lot and gives enough, but when he has nothing left but keeps on giving."
"A man is determined by the strength of his will."
"Courage has nothing to do with ascertaining any sense of certainty, but the will to go on even
in the face of uncertainty." - Arhk