So I just opened up our chicken coop, and noticed that I had forgotten to close the inner coop door (the one we use to keep the chickens warm, not the one to keep them protected) when I put my chickens in last night. All the girls seemed fine except for the smallest one, a campine named Spunk. She was hunched over and making high pitched noises underneath the ramp that connects the coop to the run. At first she wouldn't eat, but now she will. She still won't drink but I wonder if it's only because she doesn't see the water. We warmed up the water, but she still won't drink. When you pick her up she provides no resistance (unusual for Spunk, why do you think I gave her her name?). She will walk if nudged but prefers to stay in one place. She acts like she's just extremely sleepy but it's the middle of the day! The scariest part is that she is cold to the touch, or at least her feathers are. Some additional info on Spunk: She is the bottom of the pecking order She has a small comb She is almost a year or a year and a half old She is not laying eggs presently She is not SQ UPDATE: She still will not drink, but does not act sleepy anymore. She won't eat lettuce and her poop is emerald green with watery stuff the color of scrambled eggs! She has kind of a squishy crop and sometimes just walks in circles, like she is unbalanced. She keeps just stopping whatever she's doing and squinting her eyes closed. UPDATE: Next morning, Spunk is dead. Towards the end, she was suffering for about two hours before she finally stopped breathing, but we couldn't do anything because there were no chicken vets around.