This is Stella. She is a 2 year old Partridge Plymouth Rock. For a week now she has been standing around all huddled and droopy. I have included two pictures. Can't figure out what is wrong with her. She has no apparent injuries, no bumblefoot, no swelling anywhere, and is not egg bound. Her crop is a bit squishy sometimes but not enough to explain this. It does not seem overly full or totally empty. I massage the crop and feed her as if she has sour crop just in case. She has fresh water with ACV and she does drink. She eats very little and will not eat her feed. She will eat a small amount of boiled egg, chopped spinach, or yogurt. That's it. Nothing else. She walks oddly, kind of like (excuse me) a baby with a load in his diaper as if her hips do not move normally. She's really slow and seems to have trouble walking but she tries to keep up with the flock anyway. She follows them around all day...slowly. Sometimes she whines if she loses them or if they move around too fast. She roosts. She preens. She does not keep apart from the flock but she does go to roost early. She is not getting picked on at all. No one bothers her. She's a sweet little thing. I do not know what to do for her. She gets no worse and no better but she is getting very thin. In the photo she is all puffed up because it is cold.