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UPDATE: We ended up giving him some Dramamine with the Meclizine ingredient in it (1/2 a 25mg pill crushed mixed with critical care) and it seems to be helping a bit. We’ve now blocked off a small area with pillows and foam rollers and separated him from Juliet for now to prevent him from getting hurt. He seems to be doing better. He still topples over a bit every now and then but is able to get back on his feet really quick and just goes back to cleaning. He’s eating vegetables and has somewhat normal poop and peeing. That’s the good news,. Now we are just sad that he can’t be with Juliet and we hope this doesn’t have to be the case for very long. We need to keep him clear of anything that can harm him.