Thanks very much. I would let him roam outside with his buddy but right now during this season in Canada, a lot of their predators come out at unpredictable times so I leave them all inside for around 7 hours. I’m in school all day so no one can watch them and I have yet to catch this stinkin raccoon. I have bought the trap cage but haven’t had the time to set it up yet. Usually I let them outside in the morning for an hour, then let them play all day with my supervision. I’ll definitely add vitamin E to his diet. His neck and eye seems to be healing well. He looks a lot happier today.If he is moving around a lot I would try putting him outside with his buddies for a little bit. Spending time outside may encourage his appetite. Hopefully you can get him to eat on his own. If he is drinking fine, but not eating, then he might be able to go a bit longer without tube feeding. But if he continues to not eat, he will need tube feeding.
The fact that he doesn't hold his head up much does concern me, because it could be a sign of reduced nutrition. With him swimming around and being so active makes me think it could also be just the neck injury. I would consider adding some vitamin E into his diet to help his neck strengthen. It is usually used for wry neck, and it won't hurt him. Herbs contain vitamin E. Here are some good choices : cayenne pepper, oregano, basil, sage, thyme, parsley, cloves, cumin, caraway, cinnamon, marjoram, and turmeric.