Hello, I am sorry to hear you are worried about Hazel. My name is Rebecca. I am a veterinarian with Just Answer. How long has she been like this? Can you take her temperature with a thermometer? If you look at her gums, do they look pink in color or pale? If she has been like this more than 24 hours, I am worried about her becoming dehydrated. You can check for these: gently pinch some skin over her shoulders and let go, and the skin should go back into place in less than 1 second. If it takes longer, she is dehydrated. There are many things that could make her act like this, fever, internal organ disease (pancreas, liver, kidney
), hormone imbalances, low blood sugar, pain. To find out where her problem is, a thorough physical exam is the best places to start: take her temp (101 to 102 is normal), listen with a stethosocope, palpate internal organs and lymph nodes, etc. Until she can be checked out, try to keep her hydrated by offering water, broth, baby food
with water added, tuna juice, etc. If her gums look pale, that is a sign of possibly serious illness and the sooner she can be checked out the better. Let me know what other questions I can answer and if this is helpful.