Hi. I have a small hen, she is a ~2 month old Buff Orpington (give or take two weeks.) As I type this, she is active and alert, but cannot use, or refuses to use her legs. She can move her wings and use them to balance herself, and she still has a strong appetite. What may be wrong with her? Prior to finding her alone/refusing to walk, I had observed that she had begun 'tripping' over her left leg, and she commonly sat still with her eyes closed for long periods of time. Could these have been symptoms of something I overlooked? I have also very recently noticed that her stool contains small amounts of blood or is discoloured and abnormal in some way (orange, runny, and incredibly foul smelling.) What should I do? A more concise list of information; Symptoms: Will not walk, has abnormal stool with blood in it. Duration of symptoms: Blood has been ongoing for three weeks, looking into medication for Coccidiosis(?) Paralysis of legs has been for approximately five days. Type of Animal: Hen, Buff Orpington Gender: Female Age: Less than 3 months. Action taken: No treatment, observed and kept well fed. Isolated from other chicks and hens. Other details, possibly unrelated: She is a bit of a runt, smaller and lighter than her siblings. Has always closed her eyes and behaved differently or 'calmer' since I got her, didn't consider it as symptoms to anything. I received this particular batch of chicks when they were 1 month of age. Environment specifics: Shares coop with four other hens, one rooster. Two of the hens and the rooster are her siblings, all of the same age. Other two hens are Australorps, fully grown adults. All live in same coop, kept well fed and watered. No hostility between any of them has been observed. Property is located in residential block, within city. Ask if you need any more information!