S/he's still alive. They’re around four-five months old. They move around and eat and drink without issue. I do have to feed separately so that I know they get enough. They were given to me by a woman when they were about two months old and she thought it was splayed leg. This chicken is developing slower which is why I still don’t know if it’s a boy or girl. I never thought of culling them because for one I genuinely never thought of that and probably couldn’t bring myself to do it, and two, they seem relatively happy. I’ll find them in different places whether it’s in the barn or outside in the grass. They do however tend to hide a lot since we have several large chickens and this is a slow-developing silkie. But it’s been really interesting watching them learn to walk and stand with their good leg. Despite the deformation, they get around fairly easily.
So my chick chirps a lot when I isolate it, but seems to not chirp much when s/he is with the other chicks. The other chicks just got sent outside recently to live in the outside coop. I didn't think this one was ready seeing that it couldn't walk well so it's still inside with me. I do find it in different places in the area I have it tho so it is trying to move around. I'm tying the legs together and hoping that will help....perhaps I didn't give it enough time before?