Okay, she's not actually mine, but I help in taking care of her from time to time. What is the problem? Since about a week ago, this 4 month old Chanteclerc pullet, named "Kevin", has been limping. The owner does not say which leg, but whichever leg it is, she can't put weight on it or stretch it out. The owner says the she thinks Kevin has a slipped tendon. Kevin is staying in the house, in a cage most of the time, but the owner says it isn't helping. She's not sure what to do to help Kevin anymore, and thinks she will cull her with the extra roos next week. An important thing to note is that Kevin had weak legs as a chick, but the owner helped her out. Now, I'm not sure if the owner wanted me to help or if she is sure she wants to cull her, but she loves Kevin. Kevin was the chick she spent the most time with. She DID say, "Her legs were weak to begin with. So if I were to have this fixed, it would likely just happen again. And to be honest, my birds were meant to be eaten this winter anyways...although I was kinda hoping to keep some of the girls.", so maybe I'm making this post for no reason, but if the information I gather here is not used to help Kevin, it can always be used to help another chicken, someday. Okay, now for the actual question, what should we do to try and help her? By the way, she does not have bumblefoot, I'm pretty sure of that. Thanks in advance. Edit: She is most likely eating and drinking just fine.