I have an eight-month-old cockerel that has developed an enormous comb. Due to a congenital condition, the comb bends and flops over his left eye. He is constantly trying to get the comb away from the side of his face, and it's evident that it is causing him discomfort. I'm wondering whether if there is a way that the comb can be mechanically lifted and held upright so it's away from his eye and face. Maybe a small block of soft rubber or fabric that I could stick to his head with a non-toxic adhesive, that would push the comb up and away? Dubbing is not an option, because of the size and fleshiness of the comb at this point. I would have had it done when he was a chick, if I had known that this would happen. Any ideas?