Hello. We received our first batch (4) of chicks in the mail three weeks ago. One of the chicks had two deformed claws and was having a very difficult time standing and walking. I had read about this deformity before the arrival of the chicks and was prepared to take corrective action. Soon after the chick's arrival I immidiatlly taped up the chick's claws as I had read - replacing the tape a few times to keep her special shoes clean. Thankfully 'Forest Gump's (we named her after the movie character) left claw straightened out nicely, but the right claw is slightly deformed. I placed a pic. Of Forest in my BYC album. Forest is able to run and stand okay. However, I am afraid her right claw will continue to curl as she grows. :/ I have tried to tape, use craft pipe cleaners, coffee stirrers, and Popsicle sticks and they have not worked out very well. Has anyone had/has a chick with such a crooked claw and did s/he function normally as an adult? Any other recommendations on what else I can do to correct Forest's jacked up foot?