This, is Bobby. Bobby is a three-month-old gosling, who has three parents (two geese and a gander are raising him/her right now). Anywho, 'Bobby' has been just fine in life so far (albeit a bit smothered by the excessive parenting caused by first-time parents and being an only-gosling ), but a few days ago, he/she started sitting down and either can not or will not get up and walk at all. It's almost certainly not a broken leg. There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the gosling, except (s)he is pretty light (1 lb 3 oz). I haven't had goslings in a while, so I'm not sure what an ideal weight at this point is, but that does seem a little too light. Bobby does eat - right now, been offering apples and raw oatmeal, which is gobbled up. I'll probably offer some fresh greens tomorrow. I've kept Bobby indoors for the past couple days, out of the wind, to offer food, and because (s)he rolls over when pushed, and isn't able to get up. However, (s)he doesn't seem to be getting better. Bobby doesn't seem depressed or too lethargic otherwise, but there is obviously something wrong. (S)he doesn't go to the bathroom much more than the average goose, but enough that it seems to be a bit of diarrhea, and a bit of food was thrown up today. Anyone have any idea what could be wrong? Input would be greatly appreciated!