All 15 arrived chirping and thirsty All have been checked, fed and watered. One of the Salmon Faverolles seems to have a prolapse, and she is not as active or eating like the others. I have not wiped it, only dabbed it with some water and a cotton ball. I've read to leave it alone, use Prep H, witch hazel and too push it back in with a q-tip. They are only 3 days old. Can Tucks witch hazel pads be used? Or is there a different method? Witch hazel can sometimes burn and her little vent looks raw and painful.