I have a horrible feeling that I already know what I must do but I'm trying everything to give her a nice life until I know there is no other choice. One of the chicks which hatched last week was born with deformed feet. We put boots on her which didn't really help. She stands still most of the time trying to be as close to the heat as possible, even though her hatch mates are all running around the whole brooder. She is always falling forwards because her toes curl in, meaning she has no long toe to assist with balance. When she is not falling forwards she is leaning into the mesh which stops her touching the bulb, and her other leg is stuck out. When she does try and walk she keeps her leg like this out to the side. I tried putting boots on again but it didn't work. Now, she is the only one left near the light whilst her hatch mates are all off playing. All she does is squeak all day - so much and so loud that sometimes she sounds like a seagul. I don't know if it is pain or frustration She is eating and drinking but only because it is a very short distance from her. What should I do?