This is our Rose Comb Brown Leghorn rooster [email protected]. Even with diligent comb and wattle Vasaline-ing his wattles (waddles?) seem to have gotten burned. The other evening as we were tucking them all in we noticed his wattles were cold and "clinking" together. At that point they were not discolored and only slightly swollen. We thawed them out by holding them in our hands and we did bring him in the house. This is what he looks like now on day 3. They're still swollen and starting to discolor, but are still nice and warm. We put him back in with his girls so he would eat and drink and we saw his wattles go right in the water bowl - they got very cold and hard quickly, so we brought him back in. So, what is our next step? Keep him warm and comfy or are we going to need to drain them? We will not be doing any dubbing.