I was hoping that I would never have to make a forum in this section. But here I am. Anyway, today, I went out to the chicken coop, and found my sister's black silkie rooster, Raven, lying on the coop floor. I picked him up and found he was still alive. But when I checked his rear, I found a full inch of droppings that had stuck to his vent. They were a greenish color with splotches of red, almost like blood, in them. He wobbles when he walks and falls over a lot. His feet are cold, and feel hard, kinda like cardboard. His eyes seem dry and dull. He is cold and hard feeling on his body, and his comb and wattles (he is non-bearded) are stiff and cold. The nights have only been getting in the seventies, with little, if any, wind. I don't understand, and neither does my sister. I I will get some pics if I can. Does anyone know what might be wrong with him? Are there any suggestions on how to treat him/what to do with him? Is this contagious? Should I separate him from the other chickens? And, if this helps any, we have other roosters. Could they be singling him out, not letting him drink or sleep with the others? This is my sister's baby. She should not have to lose him, seeing as how she has just recently lost a baby chick, her rat, her parakeet, her pet rooster, and her pet hen. I do not think she should have to lose any more pets. Please help me with how to treat him! Is there any hope for him?!