Well i had my first chick emercency this morning! A friend stopped by this morning and was admiring the antics of the chicks when she asked, "Where's Lee-Lee?" We looked under and around the MHP and didn't see her anywhere! So I raised up the towel on top of the set-up and there she was, trapped between the heating pad and the wire frame! She was trapped on her belly with her legs straight out behind her, and was panting. I have no idea how long she was trapped there. I managed to extricate her and dipped her beak in the water several times. At one point she expelled some slobbery looking stuff that i actually had to wipe off of her beak because it was so thick and mucousy that it was clinging to her. When i first set her down, she couldn't walk. I'm sort of assuming that her legs had lost feeling from her having them stretched out behind her for so long. She's walking now, but is still wobbly enough that another chick bumping against her will knock her over. She does try to catch herself though...she doesn't just fall over. She lays on her belly at the opening of the cave, and doesn't struggle at all when i pick her up which is VERY unlike her. I've been going out every half hour or so to dip her beak in the water 3 or 4 times, but I'm at a loss as to what else to do for her. Any suggestions?