OK. Me again with yet another question. Here's the deal... 18 day old kid, single, rejected by mother. NO INITIAL COLOSTRUM. Colostrum supplement given within 24 hours after birth. Being bottle fed fresh, whole cow milk 3 times per day. I have worked up to 12 - 13 ozs per feeding. Am giving her some vitamins mixed in with milk. Have given her 1 injection of Bo-Se with 3 more installments to go (2 shots per week for 2 weeks as per vet instrucitons). Gave her baking soda this afternoon. Mother has aborted 2 times in the past year and a half and developed NO milk after birth of abandoned baby. OK now, I am currently dealing with in the baby... Weakness, favoring back legs, some mild stiffness in back legs, walking sideways, head pulling to right, falling down, not eating as well/decreasing appetite. I am at the end of my rope. Our vet feels that it is EXTREMELY POSSIBLE/most likely that she has some congenital disease/disorder that she inherited from her mother. I tend to agree. We have fought one thing after another these past 18 days and it is starting to get to me. I have resigned myself to do the best I can, but that we will probably lose her anyway due to lack of initial colostrum. My question for the night is this... If I were to treat her for Floppy Kid Syndrome, what would I do? I know to give her baking soda, but what about the eating? Should I cut her milk? I offered her 12 ozs. at the last feeding and she only took 9 ozs. (I have charted this so I can watch for steady/continued decreased appetite.) It may be that she is cutting her own intake due to whatever is wrong with her. Help!!!