Hi everyone, I'm new here and I have a question. I got a cornish cross chick that was rejected by the person who purchased it. Ok I named it Weebles, so I'll use the name instead of "it".... anyway, Weebles will not eat, drink or potty. When I first got him home, I thought he was going to die. He just laid there, but after I got him heated up, he started peeping really loud. I put food and water in with him. This morning, he was standing (not very well but he's up). I noticed that there is only 1 small spot of poo, but his little bottom is clean. None stuck. My question is, is it possible Weebles could be lonely? He was in a box with 14 other chicks before he was rejected. I also have an orphaned duckling, the same age, but I didn't want to put them together in case Weebles was sick. Wobbles (the duckling) is doing great. I have NEVER had chicks before, but I couldn't just leave either 1 to just die because they didn't "pass inspection". I have done all kinds of reading. If anyone can give me some advice, that would be great. He made it through the night and I don't want to see anything happen to him. Oh, I dont know if this makes a difference but he was the smallest 1 in the group he came in with. Thank you in advance for your help.