Ari is a 1 year old piggy who came to the rescue at the end of last year. He was still a tiny little guy then, super adorable and spunky. Very quickly we noticed he had a runny eye, which we hoped was just allergies and the change in environment. It didn't go away the next morning so we took him to the vet, still hoping it was something easy to fix. Well, this little guy has given everyone a run for their money for SIX MONTHS. He has been on what seems every eye drop and ointment imaginable, multiple antibiotics, and at one point was getting eye drops 8 times a day. He has seen an eye specialist a few times. We can't entirely figure out what is going on. He has, or had, some identified organisms so we did finally know what antibiotic drops would work, but then he had some odd findings in his tear duct flushes looking for bacteria. It wasn't anything you would expect to come out of a tear duct, so we are still stuck trying to figure that one out. In the midst of all this, he very suddenly developed a head tilt. Unrelated to everything else! (Can you see why he is called Ari the Mysterious now?!?). We got him BACk to the vet immediately and he was started on another antibiotic for a month that he just finished. His head tilt was pretty severe for a time, with one eye looking at the ground and the other up at the ceiling. It was worse when he was tired or stressed. Thankfully, it appears to be mostly gone but he may always have a bit of a tilt. We truly caught it right away since he was getting drops so frequently and usually would try and keep that eye away from the drop. When he tilted his head for the drop to go in his eye easier, that was a clue that something was off. So we are grateful for quick intervention again.