Hi everyone, I am fostering a crippled hen who originally was going to keep my lone Rhode Island Red company. When I introduced the new hen, the RI Red bit her and tore at her feathers. This visitor, who I'm calling Sweetie, was being picked on by her original flock, and she moved here with the intent that a smaller coop would help her thrive. She has a very crippled leg, and the other foot is deformed. Ultimately, I want her to live outside and be an egg producer, but for now she is in my office, indoors, getting some pretty royal treatment. A farmer friend told me today that if Sweetie does not start acting stronger and healthier in a week, I need to give up. I can't seem to load the video I took of her today, but if you've ever seen a chicken with splayed legs, it's sort of like that. One leg is splayed and the other isn't, but on that second leg, the foot is screwed on sideways. Do I have any hope of this chicken living a happy life (as long as the RI Red stays out of the picture)? Thanks!