I apologize in advance for this long post! Our nigerian dwarf goat gave birth for the first time to triplets 3 days ago now. The first day, all 3 of them were doing great. I witnessed each of them nurse from mom and I'm guessing they all got some colostrum that first day. The next morning I could hear the kids crying from inside our house. I went out to check on them and one of them was standing outside in the field by himself. He must've climbed up the ramp inside their shelter and jumped off from a decent height. This is our first experience with this sort of thing. Lesson learned the hard way and we now have the ramp blocked. However, it was it bit chilly and rainy that day. So I picked him up and brought him back to mom. She licked him and nuzzled him and everything seemed fine. Later that day my husband noticed he wasn't doing well. We tried to get him to nurse from mom, but he wouldn't. He became weaker and weaker quickly. We ended up bringing him in the house and scouring Google for what to do. We did everything we could to keep him warm.My husband tried to bottle feed him some infant formula we had in the cupboard just to get something into him but he wouldn't take it. We ended up using a syringe to get some warm molasses water into him. Kept him under a heat pad and wrapped in a blanket. I got up through the night a few times to reheat the pad and give him more molasses. The next morning we thought we had lost him. We couldn't see him breathing, no movement etc. My husband dug a hole to bury him, placed him in it and as he did, this kid squirmed and squealed! We rushed him back inside, put him in a warm bath, blow dried him, and wrapped him up again. We ran to the store to get some powdered colostrum, milk replacer and electrolytes. We weren't able to get any colostrum into him then. But gave him electrolytes via syringe every 2-3 hours. He seemed like he was going downhill fast. A neighbour came over and gave him a selenium injection. Then late last night my husband and I decided to try and tube feed him colostrum. We got 1-2 oz into him. We took him out to my husbands shop and ran the oxygen for the welder near his face then blasted him with the hairdryer again. I got up every 3 hours or so and reheated his heating pad, changed his blankets and fed him more colostrum with the syringe. Today he seems much better. Can hold his head up at times, spends more time standing and even tries to walk around. Seems how the weather is nice and warm today we thought we'd attempt to reintroduce him to mom but she rejected him. I'm not surprised since we've been feeding him things other than her milk It broke my heart though, he knew it was his mom and he tried to run to her and she ran away from him. I guess my question is, what else can I do for him? He's still quite weak and won't suckle on anything. He won't take a bottle so I have to give him everything with a syringe. How can I get him to bottle feed? Will it just take time? It takes forever to get a couple oz of food in him with the syringe. What about companionship? I know they don't like to be alone but I feel like he's too weak to be outside with the others? Thank you for reading this long post! Any insight or recommendations would be soon greatly appreciated!