My last 2 viable eggs pipped last night, and both hatched out today. One of them has a small, clubbed right foot. The foot is about half of the normal size, and the toes are tightly clenched straight forward. The bird is hobbling around on its good foot and seems as fast as the rest. It just bounces unevenly, like a car with one flat tire, and tilts towards the right. Eating and drinking just fine, and seems perky. Anyone care to venture a prognosis for this baby? It is my opinion that, if nothing else is wrong with it, it could probably lead a perfectly comfortable life, especially considering it will live its entire life in either my spare bedroom or family room, depending upon where I ultimate put the quail cages. Not having to cope with survival in the wild, where it would face pressures to get food, escape predators and so forth, shouldn't it be able to do just fine?