Ok, so I was on my rescue login looking for info on our albino burm we just got. When the rescue got him in, the previous owner said he had a respiratory infection and was treated for it by thier vet. It also says on there Chiquita (his name) hasn't eaten since December 2011. Yes a whole year has gone by. Thier temps in the reptile room was at 85 previous owner said. Photoperiod for lights. No additional setup info was listed. I raised his temps to 95 basking, 78 cool and 86 hot side last night because I noticed wheezing, a lot of fluid draining, and bubbles. Basic signs of a Respiratory Infection. This morning after I woke up and made breakfast, I went down to check on him. No wheezing, no bubbles, no fluid. He's been on the basking spot since last night (95 degrees). Am I seeing too far into things, but it seems just raising the temps has helped tremendously..... I will be calling the vet, however, can't until Thursday due to the holidays because he is closed. I'm wondering since its like 30 degrees would transporting him last night have caused the fluid and bubbling. I can't speak for everyone, I don't know what temps in rescue I know the setup he had, but didn't measure temps. Even the previous owner I don't know because unless I myself check it, I don't trust it. Also, any advice on how to get him to eat would be wonderful. I know as an adult, he is fine with no food for a year. It still worries me. I really don't want to have to assist feed him. (If I do, ill make it a video I promise).... Any other tips on the wheezing bubbles and fluid. Here's a pic of a flat ball on his basking spot for enjoyment.