From: kat parsons
Date: 2001-02-26 08:43:00 UTC
>>I went to pick zoe up from the cage, and when I got her, she
was completely limp. I shook her lightly with no response. I placed her
on the floor where she just lay there. I tried to stand her up and it was
like she was dead. she had no muscle response at all, normally a sleeping
ferret will stretch or something. I could see her breathing but it seemed
somewhat slow. then all of a sudden she perked up and was fine.<<
you have just been introduced to the "Sleeping-Not-Dead" Syndrome...
i have a couple who pull that on me...usually my deaf ones..they seem to
sleep harder...but it IS quite scary if you do not know about it...
hopefully one of these very knowledgeable vets have a "reason" for
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