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I'm sorry your Dilylah has you worried.
Shaking is not an uncommon behavior in ferrets. They are so full of energy, generally, they will usually shake during sleep times or other random times. Ferrets can also shake due to stress or nervousness and you can help soothe her in the ways described in the link below, which also explains a detailed explanation of why your ferret may shake at certain times:
However, if she seems to have no energy to eat or drink, something else may be going on. She may have an infection in her system, she may have eaten something she shouldn't have, like a non-food or toxic item, she might have developed a disease called insulinoma. Here is more information for you to read about this condition:
Because she has other symptoms, in addition to shaking, she needs to be seen in person by her vet or an ER vet center, if they see ferrets, for an evaluation, diagnosis and treatment, if needed. Try to have her seen as soon as possible and I hope all will be well with Dilylah!
If you can, please update me on her condition and the vet's findings. Thank you so much!
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