I have an Ameraucauna chick who is almost 3 months old. Her sisters, from the same hatch, are looking great! My poor Maybelline however, isn't. She looks like a ball of feathers on two little chicken legs. She is eating and drinking fine, but her siblings often knock her over, and she is so small that she can't get herself back up. Went to the coop this morning to find her stuck half way under the nest boxes. I got her out and brought her inside and I wasn't sure she was gonna make it. A few hours later and she is finally standing and eating and drinking and peeping. My husband and I have decided that she doesn't need to be in the coop anymore, but that she needs to be by herself for a while to see if we can get her to put on some weight and gain some strength. We think she might be a dwarf or have some other kind of genetic disability. Any suggestions for her care, or what she might have would be wonderful! She is the sweetest little thing and she loves attention, so we just want to give her the best life we can for however much time we have left with her!