I have a young bantam pullet who has become paralyzed in her legs. She is doing very well otherwise and eats, drinks, and sits up if I fold her legs beneath her. I have her in a nicely built sling to keep her upright and she doesn't seem to be in pain. Do any of you have any ideas for her care? I was thinking I could make her a sort of wheelchair or something to keep her upright while she pecks around in the grass. I want her to live a good life and since she hasn't given up on living I won't give up on her by killing her. Since there are so many people in the world who are paralyzed and must be cared for, but live otherwise productive lives, I feel that this little pullet can live a productive life, too.