I have a mottled houdan chick from the September batch that has seizures. She's a sweetie with a slightly misshapen eye that we think is related to what's going on in her brain. We went out to the brooder one night about a month ago, and she was just laying there, limp and not moving. I was in the middle of The Outbreak of Crud, so I thought she's succumbed to it. But when I picked her up I saw that she was breathing and coming around a bit. I tucked her up inside my jacket and took her to the kitchen for some warm sugar water and snuggling. Well she woke right up and carried on like nothing happened. Half hour later, she starts chirping like something has her, and we see that she's in the midst of a full blown tonic clonic seizure. She went back out to gen-pop for a while, but was starting to look kind of hang dog after a week, so I think she's either getting picked on or they know there's something not right with her. I brought her back in last night and put her in the bog box brooder. She had 3 seizures last night, but is otherwise eating, drinking, and completely normal. She does have a temporary roommate, one of the white cochins that couldn't see to get to the food. (I wish this stupid sickness would go away.) After that one goes out though, she'll be on her own. I don't want to put her back out after the last try, so I guess she'll be an inside chicken. Couple of questions- Has anyone had a chicken with seizures? What should I be looking into as far as housing for her? What special considerations have to be given to an indoor chicken? I have a little hutch that she can live in for the summer, but until (at least) spring she's in with us. She has been named Twitchy, for obvious reasons. Culling is out if the question- I have Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, and i'd really feel like an hypocrite for killing her. We're all birds-of-a-feather and stuff.