I incubated several of my Mille Fleur d'Uccle's eggs and Chester is the only one that hatched. She is 8 weeks old now. She was born with twisted toes and has always had trouble walking and we tried to correct them with tape and cardboard but it seemed like it was doing more harm than good so we stopped after a week. She has been strong and healthy from birth btw other than deformities with feet. Her toes curled under a little more but weren't cutting into her the next couple weeks. Three weeks ago, her legs started to splay and she couldn't stand up so I took her to a chicken vet down the street 2.5 weeks ago and she gave us tape and instructions to tighten the play in the tape every two days a little bit which is what we've been doing, but the tape stretches out quickly and she's been getting the tape and legs caught on stuff and screaming until we move her and this week, her foot just got worse and is now perpendicular to her body and the joint is very swollen so we took the tape off because it doesn't seem like it was helping at all and was hurting her. she flies a little bit to help her get from place to place but although her weight is good now, her crop was empty today and I'm worried she won't be able to get food and water. She did better in short grass and dirt getting around. But still can't actually stand up. The other chickens don't bother her or Peck her at all and don't shun her either. She was on chicken wire her first couple days then moved to paper towels on cardboard for a couple of weeks then to puppy pads then mainly on dirt and very short grass outside (except comes inside to sleep) with 4 other chickens 2.5 weeks older than her. My question is what can I do? I keep my chickens as pets. She's a strong little girl but I don't want her to be in pain or starve. Please help me- I am willing to modify her environment to help her succeed. She's the one sitting in the grass in the middle on last photo.