This is little Lennon, we adopted him from a small animal rescue on Saturday. He had been in a foster home for about a week, he was picked up as a stray late October, neutered, and transported to the rescue. FB_IMG_1573492652615 by RainDownOnMe posted Nov 13, 2019 at 3:06 PM FB_IMG_1573678871854 by RainDownOnMe posted Nov 13, 2019 at 3:05 PM We have a bonded pair of Flemish that I'd like to bond him with eventually (we did a speed date with them) but frankly, I don't think Lennon is feeling up to that yet so they are still separated. He doesn't move around much. The only time we've seen him active is when we have food (pellets). I got him some alfalfa since he's very underweight, and he was just barely nibbling his Timothy. The rescue/foster told me he gets diarrhea from greens so I've just been feeding pellets and hay and trying to get probiotics into him daily with a few organic rolled oats. His appetite is good and he is drinking lots of water. I've never seen him groom other than "washing" his face and I haven't seen him flop yet. He doesn't seem afraid or stressed really but it's also only been a few days. I guess what I'm wondering is if his low body weight could be linked to his low activity level? My Flemish are really mellow but even they move around and explore more than this little peanut. Is there anything else I should be doing? I offered him SARx but he didn't care for it. I want to make sure I'm doing everything I can to support our new little guy!