This is a tough one. When I got my chickie order it was mine and my mother's. Among the babies were 3 Anconas. 2 hers and one mine. I lost two of my other chickies so when I realized one of them was weak I did the really WRONG thing and gave it to her. I assumed it would either pass quickly or get better in a day or two, and since she had two and me one it almost made sense. I did let her know she was getting the weak one and she agreed it was fair. Anyway, they are almost 4 weeks old. I discovered after a week or more the baby had spraddle leg so I helped her fix that. It has not grown hardly any, can't really stand, cries constantly, is severely handicapped. The quality of life this chickie has is horrible. She can't do anything without being helped. I have never culled a chick and hoped to never have to, but if she was mine, I would. My mother, however, would let her live forever even in extreme pain. So what do I do???? Suggesting to her that I cull the baby for her is not an option. She will simply refuse. I messed up by giving her the chick and feel awful.......now this. What would YOU do?????