We have a Serama rooster, about a year old, who just had what seemed to be a seizure. My Mom noticed that he was moving his head in a weird way, swaying his head back and forth with his eyes closed. Then he started to shiver and his toes curled up (even when we tried to see if he could stand). He stayed like that for somewhere between thirty seconds to a little over a minute, then he started shaking in spasms and acting very wobbly and woozy. He was swaying his head from side to side and he looked worried. We gave him some food and water, which he was interested in. He ate a little egg. He improved pretty quickly and is now fine. He ate some buttered bread and drank some water. He is walking around right now, his tail is up and he is very alert. I was sitting with him in my lap. There was a room heater about a foot to my right, and I turned it off when he started looking woozy. My Mom was cooking eggs on the stove across the room (she was not using a non-stick pan). We have a woodstove burning downstairs and a fan that channels the heat upstairs, close to the kitchen. None of this is new, although we haven't had the room heater out for a while. I was wearing a new t-shirt, but I had it on yesterday, too, while I was holding him. It is about 68 degrees in here. He has been getting a lot of rich food lately. He gets eggs and toast and butter every morning. Sometimes he gets cheese. He got some mealworms on Christmas. He gets a little of what we eat sometimes, so he has been getting richer food during the holidays, but not consistantly. We have a cockatiel and bantam frizzle cochin who were in the same area who seemed to be fine. He gets layer feed every day. Right now, he is very interested in his feed, but not the eggs. Does anyone have any ideas?