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Is she eating at all?
How old is she?
Has she been drinking?
Is she urinating/defecating normally?
Thanks for the additional information. I really appreciate it.
The medication that she's on can be causing the lethargy/and shivering. It can also be caused by just not feeling well.
As long as she's eating/drinking/urinating/defecating mostly normally, I think it's perfectly okay to monitor her and have her seen by her own vet tomorrow.
Of course, if she should take a turn for the worst between now and tomorrow, then you should have her seen by an emergency vet, but you're already doing everything I would have suggested...the warm bathroom and keeping an eye on her. I'd skip the coconut oil though...sometimes that kind of oil can cause diarrhea, and if she has more, we want to know it's from the medication, and not from the coconut oil.
I hope this helps.