Back story...I have a beautiful I believe EE. He is right at 1 year old. With a sweet name of Cookie dough named by my little boy who loves his rooster so he will be heartbroken soon as am I. A little backstory. This winter we had extremely cold temps I did everything I could to keep my roo and girls warm well I'm not sure exactly how but a couple weeks after it was so cold i noticed him walking more so on one leg and kind of limping on the other foot so I took him inside inspected his foot and noticed something that at the time due to googling it I thought was bumblefoot so I cleaned it and medicated and kept him in a crate. After about a week he seemed better and was going crazy wanting to be with his ladies so my husband let him back with them on the coop he instantly seemed to perk up. Well then one day I went out to take some treats and I noticed his leg looked drawn up and that he couldn't walk on it and was turning black. After research I thought frostbite do i took him to get and it was confirmed and that sadly he was gonna lose his whole foot. (Plz don't judge I have had many tears over this) so I have watched him closely I thought I will be there for him and help him if need be and keep him comfy. Although it was difficult to watch him he started getting around on one leg. I thought ok we can manage this he was moving around drinking plenty eating great and loving his treats. Although i had to be careful and sneak his treats because the ladies would almost knock him over. He was doing great getting up the ladder into the coop .Then a couple weeks ago I was checking on him and noticed he was sitting alot so as normal I took him some veggies for a treat. And when he did his feet are already black but I noticed they looked darker and seen just a little redness so I immediately started cleaning and medicating but not I think the tips of his toes have frostbite I think missed it on that foot because I was so worried about the other one. I had noticed his leg li looked a little bigger but I honestly just thought it was gaining muscle from only walking on that leg. I have been at lost. I've done everything i could but frostbite is a serious monster. I am so heart broken. I've tried to avoid the inevitable but sadly I have noticed its getting harder and harder for him to get around. He was staying in his coop more and more. And i hated even going to the coop because He still loves his food so he would want too come out and his wings are getting caught like tonight at midnight I went to check on him and the poor baby was laying outside of the coop on the ground. Normally as soon as he hears me and comes over but he didn't move I was terrified thankfully he was ok but...I think its time to make the decision . It breaks my heart tears are flowing but I refuse to let him suffer . My chicks are my babies when they are sick death is the last option I will do what I have to to save them. My question is there anything I can give him to let him go peacefully. (Tears are flowing again). My husband said he would take Care of it but I can't even think abou him doing it. . And I can't imagine the normal days. My baby is special and he deserves to go peacefully. Plz no judgment I very struggled enough. Just need help.