Hi everyone, Almost 4 weeks ago i found a dying baby chick on my way to work. it was in the ditch, was wet and cold and was probably gonna die. Ofcourse i coudnt leave it and took it home. I didnt know a single thing about chickens!! Plus living on the island of sint maarten not to many people care about animals here and care products are hard to get. I improvised on food and found baby bird formula, it so grew fast!! It is doing great now... but it can be challenging as i need to improvise with pretty much anything. i just revived grain chicken food, and it eats it perfectly fine. it must be around 4 weeks by now, so soon we will be able to tell if its a rooster or a hen. We live in a small apt. but we have a balcony that is well protected and big enough to build a coop. (she is inside now as it doesnt have all feathers yet) If its a rooster we have no choice but to bring him to the local nature park. but we are debating that if it turns out to be a hen to might keep her... Does anybody have experience with having just one chicken in an apartment?? Also they dont sell any grit on island so right now i am using small little pebbles and rocks that i clean and dry. also i have play sand in a big dish in its cage with fine woodchips as bottom. Does anybody recommend anything that is better that be be found in nature? Thank you!!