I am totally new to chickens - and my poor polish frizzle has been all ill week since we got her. She now seems on the road to recovery, but after spending a lot of quality time with her feeding her and cuddling, I'm wondering - could she be blind, or maybe mentally not 100%. She takes hours to find her food, can't seem to see walls/objects in her way, and when she does find food, sort of randomly stabs her head around the area and not occasionally gets lucky getting anything in her beak. I've tried raised feed dishes, food on the grounds scattering feed; nothing seems to help. I bought her a new coop today; there's no chance she would survive in with the bigger girls so for now, she's next to them in a small ish coop by herself. She can't find the ramp to get into the bedroom/nest boxes, can't find it to get down to eat. I had to physically place her on the roost perch and she thought her water bowl was a perch and kept falling in. I can see her eyes when her head is up; I thought maybe the feathers didn't help her sight. But surely she'd be able to see food on the ground as her feathers are on top of her head? Has anyone else had polish frizzles like this? Could she be blind, or not quite mentally developed, or is this 'normal' frizzle behaviour?