So to start off I have a rooster that I was going to show in 4-H, but due to freeing cold weather I came out to our coop to find that my rooster was on the ground and away from the heating lamps. His little body was shivering and i could tell some frostbite had gotten to his wattles and comb. I immediately wrapped a towel around him and took him inside until his shivering stopped, after that i walked him outside and tried to set him up on our perch by the heating lamps but suddenly realized that he wouldn't stand on his feet, and was trying to balance on his legs. For the first time I realized that his feet were a little discolored. I took him inside to our bathroom and made him comfortable. He seemed to be keeping up a good appetite so i assumed this would pass, but his feet wouldn't go back to normal. They started to shrivel up and I assumed that he was going to lose his feet to frostbite. Sure enough after keeping him in our bathroom for about 3 weeks his left foot fell off and the toes on his right foot have almost separated. even though I'll never be able to show him at 4-H he seems over all healthy and i think if there is a chance that he could live a normal life, I'll take any sort of advice! I even thought of a prosthetic foot to help him get around better. My mom and I built one using a plastic spatula and a soft rubber covering but because he was so used to walking around on his stump he freaked out, so we took it off. should i just let him try to get around on his two stumps? I just made an account and i'm not even sure this is the place to ask of advice.... If there is anyone out their with experience about this situation I would be glad to listen Thank you!