Afternoon (still day 12) update:
It's currently 4:40 pm and another long day and a bit of a scare.
When we went and did the 5:30 am tube feeding with wormer added it was very dark outside and she was just laying down quietly. She was easy to pick up hold and all went smoothly. When I checked on her about an hour later she was still in the same spot. She couldn't get up and was trying to scoot with wings at full extension. I gently picked her up and set her on her feet and she waddled away from me. Apparently she can walk but lacked the strength to lift herself. I know it's malnutrition from not eating and at this point she had only been tubed with a small amount twice.
I had some errands (yet again but last one for at least two weeks) to run and didn't get back home until 11:30 am. I only had a few hours left on the 5 day Corid treatment so I went ahead and changed it out and replaced it with electrolytes and probiotics water. Then I gave her a warm bath water with some Nutri-Drench added to it. I had no one to help me with the next feeding, so around noon I made an attempt to do it by myself - Success ! Shortly after the feeding she pooped and it was lime neon green and some that was pea soup green that looked like colored baby bird formula. So the formula is getting through but it is definitely malnutrition and a possible (but unconfirmed) bacterial infection.
After the noon feeding she is able to get up and down and in and out of her bath water. I'm hoping that it is a sign that the feeding is helping . But since every day seems to be something different, better, or worse it's still a wait and see.
There will be four additional days of worming and tube feeding every 4 hours or so while gradually increasing the amount of feed given (currently at 45ml per tubing). We want to get her nutrition quickly but avoid shocking the system. This is going to be a delicate dance.
As long as she is perky, walking, and talking there is still hope. She'll get one more feeding later tonight just before bed.
What a detailed description of all your doing, thank you so much. And you tube fed her by yourself that is great. So if suspect a bacterial infection shouldn't she be on an antibiotic @casportpony She sure is one tough cookie.. Bless her heart and yours for staying with her and trying to get her through this.