Morning All I need your help! As some of you may have seen Oscar was groomed on Friday as he was very badly matted. He's basically got little fur from just behind his front shoulder blades all the way back and only has little "socks" left on his back legs. Any hoo, I came in last night and found him in a bit of a state, pacing round the house and walking into the walls, doors, getting behind the washing machine etc. I rang the emergency vet who said it sounded like he'd either had a stroke or his BP had shot up and he was blind Bless the vets heart, she only lives round the corner from me so came round to have a look (and not charged me!). She said to leave him overnight to see how he went and drop him down to the surgery this morning. He was a lot better this morning but still not quite right. So, we've just come back and I'm pleased to say Oscar is not blind and they don't think he's had a stroke but he has had some sort of "turn" but he does have a low body temperature which could be the cause of this behaviour and he might be in slight shock over the grooming (really wishing I'd not had it done now). Oh his BP is slightly elavated but then it always is when I take him to vet. So the vet said to keep an eye on him and to try and keep him warm. I've got to take him back on Saturday if he's still not right After all that waffle, what I'm basically asking for are suggestions on how I can keep him warm. The heating is on, at the moment he is not sleeping in his usual spot on sofa otherwise I would be putting a hot water bottle there. He's currently asleep on the rug covered by one of his blankets.....but that takes some doing because as soon as he's covered up he wriggles out. The only idea I've had is buying a pair of leg warmers and cutting out some holes for his legs, not sure how this will go down Any suggestions/ideas gratefully received.