We are SO not used to hot temperatures around here, but the last thing I expected was this! I was filling my goaties water bucket, and no sign of Cecil- he usually sticks by Lucy Belle like a shadow. So I went searching through the scotch broom for him. Found him lying in the sun, and I couldn't see any sign of life. I knelt down by him, talking to him, thinking he was gone, and noticed his eyelids flutter. His breathing was very shallow and irregular. While I was wondering what to do next, I cradled his head in my arm and his eyes fluttered open. He slowly got to his feet, was apparently disoriented for about five minutes, then started munching on hay like nothing had happened. Now, I say all this because those of you who know will recognize right away the classic signs of a seizure- I've been witness to many, but never before in my goat! I'm suspecting the high temps, but after googling information, am beginning to wonder if I simply have an epileptic goat! Just another day on the funny farm, ack.