I have an Easter egger that I brought inside this winter because I discovered she was losing weight. She was inside for January, February, and early March. She has only been outside for about a week now and today I noticed one toe that looks to have severe frostbite damage. There are three other toes that look to have moderate damage--turning black but not withering yet. Is it odd that the damage is showing up this late? Is there anything I can do to keep her from losing the moderately damaged toes?? I don't want her to be in pain and would have her euthanized before compromising her quality of life. She really is the sweetest chicken, and I want to do my best for her. I did see a post recommending cayenne pepper added to her feed and amoxicillian, so I'll add that to something like a mash. Her appetite is good, but I see the one foot is hurting her today.