Hello. We live in Texas and were hit by the ice storm this week. Monday night I went to bed and everything was fine but when I woke up the house was very cold because the power had gone out. I do not know how cold. We have an RV so I went outside and fired up the propane heater in the RV and carried our dragon in there. I noticed he was sort of quivering when he would move. We heated the RV to 80 degrees and kept it there during the day and brought it down into the 70s during the night. We did not have electricity to run his lights. He stayed in a hiding spot most of the time. Wednesday morning I knew of a friend who had power so I carried him over to her house and set up his lights. They held power for several hours and then lost it. I don't think their house got below 60 degrees because they only lost power a few hours. My power came back on and I came and got him this morning. He is back in his normal habitat. He has not eaten since Monday and I noticed that he is still quivering a bit sometimes when he moves. As he was climbing down his rock he fell down. He got back up and craweled up his hammock. It also seems he may be slightly favoring one side of his body. I have an apt scheduled with a vet for 10 tomorrow. What is happening and what can I do?