I recently became a member of the local reptile rescue/rehab. I went to turn in my order sheets for the fundraiser and tour the facilities on Monday. She had just received a hermit crab a few days before that, so she sent the little one home with me. She is a small/medium PP with only one eye and is missing part of a walking leg, but seemed quite healthy and active otherwise. She must have been quite dehydrated, because when I got her home, the first things she did were get a long drink at the freshwater pool, and then submerge herself in the saltwater pool. I kept a close eye on her, because I've never had one submerge before and was afraid she wouldn't be able to get out. She did get out on her own, and sat in a corner for awhile, but then went back into the pool. I wasn't quite as concerned since I'd seen her get out once, but I still was checking on her regularly. It's a good thing I did, because she got on her back and couldn't get out! I picked her up, and she practically fell out of her shell. She must have been half-drowned. I put a fingernail in her BP, and she grabbed onto it and seemed to be quite strong even though she wasn't moving anything else. Soo, I replaced the water dishes with clamshells and left her quietly in ISO, half out of her shell but still alive. The next morning, she was tucked neatly in her shell and she had drank most of the water. I refilled the water, and when I got home a couple of hours later, she had drank that, too! She appears to be doing fine (the reason this is in ISO rather than emergency care), drinking alot although she hasn't eaten yet. Just say a little prayer for her, she's definitely a little fighter who seems to want to survive.