I lost one of my wyandotte bantam chicks last night, and now I'm worried about my smallest cochin bantam. All the cochins are very docile and laid back, and this guy has been the most calm of them all so far (they were hatched and shipped Wed. and I got them Thurs.) but I've noticed lately that he sleeps almost all the time. If I pick him up, he wakes up for a little bit, then drifts off in my hand. If I put him back down he either walks a few steps and starts nodding off again, or just stands right where I put him and goes back to sleep. I cleaned their brooder today, so I put all the chicks into their shipping box while I did it. After I was done, I put the chicks back, but left this little guy for last, so he was by himself in the shipping box. He just looked around a little and pecked at the bedding mat in the bottom of the box, but didn't seem bothered at all that he was alone. When he's sleeping and the other chicks peck at him, or step on him, he doesn't react much. I did see him go over to the feeder when a bunch of other chicks were eating, but he only pecked once and then wandered away for a nap. I dipped his beak in the water, and he drank a little, and struggled to get away from me. He's breathing fine, and seems reasonably bright-eyed, but it's sort of hard to tell because he's so sleepy most of the time. Does it sound like he's getting sick, or am I worrying needlessly? Is there anything I can do for him if he is sick?