Hi, I know this topic has been discussed before but it can still be confusing and difficult to diagnose. About a week ago my little silkie suddenly flew out of my hands and got tangled in the temporary pen we had for them to be outside in. It looked like she got hurt because she sat around for awhile but eventually got up and ran around as usual. Fast forward to 4 days ago when my husband found her face down in the brooder and couldn't get up! So I took her to work with me and she was so weak. She's been isolated ever since. I got her on VetRx, B vitamins, probiotics, electrolytes etc. I got her to eat that night and on Saturday she was making her way around my kitchen and getting upset if I walked away. Her right foot seems to be injured because of the way she stands and walks. I've read that this is a sign of Mareks too though! But, she can grip my finger just fine with it so how could it be paralyzed? She still falls over and squalks until I can come set her back up right. She's only been able to right herself up occasionally. I feel so bad for her!!! Today she doesn't really want to be very active. She's eaten a little and I'm still medicating her with a syringe. I have a flock of nine that have just started to lay eggs outside but I got 2 Blue Orpingtons and 2 Black Silkies from My Pet Chicken just two months ago. The silkies are not vaccinated because they say they are too small. How could it be Mareks if I have no other cases? I'm so upset so if anyone can help I would appreciate it!