My little Smudge is acting strange this morning. Here's the story. It dropped down into the 20's last night, so I put them in this good sized miniture coop with my silkie bantams. They snuggled up and kept pretty warm. I did this because I have a metal roosting pole, I know it's bad but I haven't gotten any adults help to improve my coop. So anyway, I went out to the coop to let them out and run around in their run. All the bantams and my two BO's jumped out. They all went and ate and drank water, digging in the dirt. Smudge took forever to hop from the coop. Once she did she landed wrong, her feet didn't even hold her up. She stumbled allitle off balance and walked to her hanging feeder. She struggled to get her neck extended to eat her food, once I sprinkled some pellets on the ground she /slowly/ attempted to eat them. She also had her feathers ruffled and out. I knew something was wrong. I have read lots on BYC and knew any sign of illness to seperate the bird from the rest of the flock. I quickly picked her up and ran over to my mother's home. (They live with my father, and I live two houses down. So I had to bring her to my mother's) I knew that I needed to get her a small amount of food, I asked my mother two cook her up a good scrambled egg. I placed it infront of her and she slowly ate some, she didn't even finish it. She would have normal gobbled it up like the hog she is. She isn't clucking, or growling like she does either. She is normally so energetic! I have her in a pretty good sized fish tank, with some food. She hasn't even made an attempt to hop out. She left a dropping on the ground and it look fairly normal, now Im waiting for any odd droppings. I just don't know what's wrong. Maybe she's cold? She is 7 months and has been squatting... she's not eggbound? Could she have a cold? If you could give me some suggestions that would be lovely! I'm worried about her. Thanks.