I have several two week old japanese bantams, and I'm always sure to pick them up once early in the day and once in the evening, mainly for socialization. Two mornings ago the chicks were normal. In the evening, one of my chicks felt weird, like it had been partially filled with air. She doesn't look swollen, but she feels swollen, and there is alot of give to the swelling. I've done searches on the internet, but I'm not sure what to type in the search bar, and the things I've found on swelling seem to describe a visual, more solid feeling form of swelling. The chicken is acting normal as far as I can see, and she seems to be pooping. From what I've read on swelling chicks it can't be spread, so I haven't made plans for quarantine. It's the second day and she doesn't act sick. Does this sound familiar to anyone who could direct me to some web resources? Could it be water belly or something similar? Nothing seems to quite fit what's going on with this bird, and I would like to at least have SOME idea of what is going on, short of a vet visit (sorry, but my chickens get diagnosed and treated by me. I know this will rub some folks the wrong way, but I'm not willing to spend money where it is more cost effective to simply cull. I'm hoping most of you will understand). Any ideas? Even some better key words than "swelling chick" would be appreciated. Thanks.