My 4 year old female rabbit has developed head tilt. It's Friday of course but she is going to the vet first thing Monday but I'm already driving myself crazy thinking of all the terrible causes and outcomes. I first noticed last night when I fed her that she sort of looked at me strange, but there wasn't anything else noticeable and she's pretty sassy anyways so I didnt think anything of it. Then this morning when I woke up her head is noticeably tilted. Her eye that is facing upwards I guess seems to be rolling. She's spending most of her time laying down with her head on the ground. I've been making sure she's eating hay and veggies and drinking but she doesn't want anything to do with pellets that I've seen. When I bother her too much with the food though to make sure she's getting enough she is still getting up and moving from room to room. (I'm trying not to let her move around to much, or too quickly I should say, I'm not sure if getting her moving is a good thing or bad thing) but it seems like once she gets up and gets herself focused she can get around somewhat normally. I know their ears go very deep but I've looked in them and have seen no sign at all of what looks like an infection. They haven't been outside at all yet this year but they do get fresh hay. I have 2 other rabbits that are completely fine. The 3 of them are bonded and the other 2 would be lost without her. Are there any positive outcomes this could have? And how worried should I be about my other rabbits? The other 2 are spayed and neutered and she hasn't been yet. She is the most active around the house but doesn't get into anything.