Last night she started this thing with her tongue, which is slightly freaking me out. It flicks in and out of her mouth rapidly and it's like she can't stop it, and it looks like she does not like it.
She stayed pretty subdued all day yesterday, never got sick, peed/pooed normally (today and yesterday). Did not eat dinner, and did eat a few treats. This morning, no breakfast, did eat treats, and went for a walk to visit SIL/BIL which she really enjoyed. She did drink some water when we got back from our stroll, but not a lot. I have an ice pack on the couch for her to lay on (wrapped in a towel) and she seems to enjoy it. The temp in the house is around 77*, the AC is on full blast as is the ceiling fan.
Could this lizard tongue be a sign of something? The not eating thing doesn't worry me that much because since it has started getting warmer she has been eating less (normal for her, she lost her winter weight), and I am starting to think she does not like her food. i might try to mix in some scrambled eggs with her dinner tonight, just to see if she will eat it. She took treats with gusto. I feel like I am freaking out about nothing, but then again, her laying through me cooking/and doing dishes is not normal for her. This morning the tongue thing would not stop, and she is not drinking that much-but then again she is not really moving that much. No excessive panting, and her little face was bright-eyed and happy when I went home about two hours ago (I am working today).
What should I be watching out for, and is this tongue thing e-vet worthy?