Frankly, I don't think it'll do any good.
I doubt she'll make it through the night. And even if she does, she probably won't make it through tomorrow.
I'm hesitant to try to do anything on my own-- the last thing I want to do is hurt her more. The vet told me that if she wants water, she'll drink it, and I shouldn't try to force her to drink any. She takes little sips here and there, but that's all.
I just wish I could help her.
To be honest, I'm thinking I may have someone put her down tonight. She's obviously in so much pain, and I know that she probably won't make it. But I would hate to act too quickly-- I almost did that with my other glider when he got sick with a different illness, but he recovered and is now in (nearly) perfect health.
But I've seen this before with another glider I had once. Not this same illness, as his was a long time coming and he died three days after I got him (if I had known more about gliders, I could have seen the signs). She looks the same as she always did, but she can barely keep her head up, and she's obviously so weak. I think she may have given up already too.
I feel cold for doing this. I feel like I should be doing everything in my power, but a part of me is being 'realistic' and knows that it won't do any good. But I feel like such a *ty person for just sitting here on the internet crying about it.
I hate that I'll go to sleep tonight knowing that she probably won't be alive in the morning.