I have a tiny silver sebright cockerel. He's about 5 months old and weighs less than 2 pounds. Wednesday night I noticed him hiding in a corner in my chicken coop so I picked him up to see what was wrong. I immediately noticed frostbite on the toes of his left foot. I brought him inside then, upon closer inspection, I noticed a break in his right leg, right below where the meat stops. I wrapped his broken leg to splint/support it. Friday, I came home to find that his left leg had broken in the same place. There was no outside trauma I'm sure, because he was in a cat carrier all by himself. The breaks in his legs were so bad last night that I decided it would be best to clip the small piece of skin that was still holding on.. So now my poor guy has no legs! I've been giving metacam for pain and baytril. I don't want to put him down if he can live like this but I don't want to make his life miserable either. I've heard plenty about 1 legged chickens but what about no legged chickens? Is it possible? FIY - If I do nurse him through this he will be a house chicken. I would never expect him to be outside unattended for fear of him being easy prey. Any/all advice/input would be greatly appreciated!