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Date Posted: 03:00:01 01/22/13 Tue
Author: Dawn and Andrew
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Subject: Seizures?

Hello everyone,

Last week I discovered that Andrew had goopy eyes and cleaned them out with a warm washcloth and just a percaution I began to give him Septra... antibiotic for chickens. as I was giving it to him he began to choke. I also didn't realize how cold the med was. He acted as if he were dead. I compleatly lost my mind. I did the whole moth to beak thing and he came back 4 times. He did inhale some and still has icky eyes and now he is having seizure like activity. He will be on his side and "paddle his legs". I have removed all of his bedding from his sick box and he is kept in my room right next to me so I can keep a good eye on him.
I am worried about him and don't have the income to take him to a vet, Help please,

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