Ok - Oddball was born in the summer, never really grew, and we are surprised he even survived this long. He is cream coloured with three black dots on his back. Anyway, I guess one of the brats don't want to say the other word moms, must have mangled his ear, and it got infected and went to his eye. I gave him antibiotics, and the next afternoon came back from school run to see him flat on his side in the muck! heidi his mom standing over him. Now he seems to be parylized on one side, and I have him in the hallway here for the past week. The first night he was able to walk around a bit, then he went down again, and couldn't get up, listing to one side. Got him on the meds, and am giving him raw egg beat into warm milk to drink and such. He doesn't have much of an appetite, but wanted to keep high nutrients in him. He nibbles at some roughage, but barely. Should I just bring him to have him put down - he does try to drag himself, and just before he did lift his head up for about 30 seconds. I have him propped up on boxes with a blanket, in what would be a more natural position during the day. He is urinating and passing berries still. I guess I am kind of hoping for a Christmas miracle. I said that if he pulled through he would be neither harnesss or meat - just a pet. He seems to have that rare fighting quality that you rarely see in goats - as they normally just give up. The eye did clear up -. He has been like this for about a week. With his willpower the way it is - should I give him a chance?