While I've had chickens forever, geese are relatively new to me. Earlier this week I picked up 5 geese from a friend who has to give up his poultry, he is losing his foot and can't look after them any longer. I posted the mother- who looks like a Pomeranian to me in the Pom. thread, but need some help. I'm not sure what happened, but since she arrived here the mother goose can only walk a couple steps, limping on the left and then collapsing and using her bill and wings to try to move further. When I visited her at the owners- she seemed fine and completely mobile. I'm worried because she's not eating much, and not engaged. If I don't cage her, she will go back into the house and hide somewhere. Yesterday I took her out in a cage so she could hang out with the family, the day before she was up and bathed but collapsed shortly afterward. The only thing I can think is she somehow got injured on the way here. Her feet look fine- I can't find anything warm, swollen, cut or wrong with either leg and foot. I'm totally confused as to what could be wrong with her, so I can't even treat it. What worries me the most is if she doesn't start eating, she will die. All she will take is a bit of bread- what her owner fed her. I've tried every grain and pellet and nothing interests her. She's supposedly only 3, but really, I can't tell--she could be 20. Anyone got any suggestions other than Bumblefoot which I've already ruled out? There are no broken bones and nothing out of place, she just can't walk. I'm hoping keeping her in a cage is the best idea to get her mobility back from an injury- but maybe I'm wrong. All replies appreciated.