It's been 6 weeks as of this past Saturday that she was diagnosed/treated for Listeria....3 weeks since she started the neurologic reaction to total darkness and 2 1/2 weeks since the last "extreme stargazing" episode. I decided that I'm pretty much going to have a goat that will have a permanent left tilt to her head AND she has been a totally normal spoiled brat. Because I feared the others knocking her around I haven't "forced" the issue with penning her with them, she has a hole in the separating gate that she can go in with themm if she wants to, but they can't fit through it to get into her space. The thing is, this brat is territorial with "her" space and will butt heads with anyone who sticks their head thru the hole....and she nails their rears every time they come in to get on the stand for dinner. Needless to say, I am coming very close to kidding time here and she is going to need to be with the others...minus Bailey and Binkey, who will be in kidding stalls. I have little Heidi in Penny's space now with her, hoping that the lowest on the totem pole buddies up with her so that she has a friend when she joins Bootsie and Angel. I took safeguards and have the flashy pink duct tape on both Heidi's and Penny's horns, they are playing AND I saw Penny go into the big girls stall to get away from Heidi, so I know the brat is playing on my sympathies! So far, they've been ok...butting and rearing and Penny was even laying and chewing cud. She's not had any more episodes that would make me worry any more than normal so I hope that she is fully recovered. And....she looks way too cute with that pink tape on her little horns! She still has the left tilt to her head...she will turn her head so far to the left to look down with her left eye, she can see fine with her right eye She has a bit of a droop to the left side of her face, her ear mostly.