I'm sorry if there is an answer for this already, but I couldn't find anything to address my specific concern. I ordered button quail eggs from ebay and the eggs started hatching yesterday. One chick hatched out this morning and couldn't really walk, his feet were curled in. We splinted his feet with medical tape and two small pieces cut out of an index card, but his feet were bending backwards and he couldn't walk/stand so we took them off. Now hes up and running around just like the other chicks, standing an everything on completely bent backwards feet. His 'ankles' are in front on the ground with his feet bent all the way back straight under him. How do I fix this and should I even try?? He can get around just fine. I'm afraid if i try to correct it, I will somehow make it worse. He can stand now on his ankles and run around with the rest of them with his bent backwards curly-toed feet. What should I do? Thanks!