For the past few months Yoshi has been struggling shooting his tongue out more than a couple of inches. After a round of antibiotics for some redness in his throat he got better for about a week and then unfortunately the problem came back. Because of this, the vet decided to sedate Yoshi and stretch his tongue out to see if there was any bark (or some other irritant) stuck anywhere in the tongue. They said they couldn’t find anything other than throat irritation and sent me back home with a different round of antibiotics. This is when the big problem happened. The following morning I tried feeding him and he wasn’t using his tongue at all and just tried to bite the worm. I thought he might be soar from the vet visit so I didn’t worry too much and waited a few more hours before trying again. When I came back to try and feed him again he started opening his mouth and doing something strange with his tongue. It almost looks like the sticky tip of his tongue is stuck to the roof of his mouth or in his throat (see attached pics) and he’s trying to get it unstuck. He is still drinking water, but is unable to eat (hasn’t eaten in 4 days). It’s the weekend so the vet won’t be open until Monday and I could really use some help. What should I do?