This is my second time posting, the last one got nothing. This time I'll try to make it easier to read. Breed: Old English Game Crele Bantam (Uno) Age: A little over a year old. Symptoms: -Sitting down the majority of the time, on his knees. -When he actually does stand, it is for a semi-short period of time and he is really wobbly and uses his wings for balance. -His wings and tail droop/hang down when he stands. -Occasionally shakes or shivers. -It seems to me like he's favoring one foot over the other when he stands still, but when he moves, he uses both. -No runny nose, a tiny bit of crust around his nostrils, hardly noticeable. I've heard him sneeze maybe twice, but they could have been normal sneezes. Other Info: -His poop looks normal, and if anything, it smells a little acrid, or bitter, I suppose. Light brown color with some occasional mushy poo that's the dark chocolate pudding type. -His eyes are not closed in a sickly way. They stay open and alert, if not a little spacey as of lately. -He crows like he normally does. -He is an indoor bird, he lives in a cage in my basement. -I occasionally give him little bugs and crawlies that I find like grasshoppers, crickets, and flies, and spiders. What I've been doing: -Originally I gave him poli-vi-sol (used for 5 days) in his water but then I switched to electrolytes (now used for 3 days). -Up until the point he got sick, he ate medicated chick starter. Now, for the past 8 days, I've been giving him a mix of starter, layer, and high protein turkey starter. Last night I changed the starter to grower in that mix. -Every night I've been giving him a quarter sized drop of yogurt with things mixed in such as peanut butter and banana. And one last thing.. I've noticed something strange since he started acting sickly. There's a spot, directly behind both of his thighs, where if I lightly push, he hunches up and starts furiously shivering. Any ideas or suggestions are HIGHLY appreciated, bumps too. I can post pictures, also, if anyone needs them. Please help me.. I love this little guy so much..