Hello, My six-month old Buff Orpington, Percy, is not doing well, and it will break our hearts if she passes. I'm not sure what's going on with her, and I'm not having a lot of luck online finding a condition that fits her symptoms. She just seems to be lethargic. In the morning, our other birds will be out in the yard, anxiously awaiting their breakfast, but she'll still be sleeping. In fact, we'll notice that she's in the coop a lot. She's always the last to get up and the first to go to bed. She'll go into the coop in the middle of the day and just sleep. Her comb has sort of shriveled and is more of a dull grayish pink instead of a nice bright red, and she has noticeably lost some weight. She seems to be eating, but sort of half-heartedly and not as much as usual. She's shrinking before our eyes. She has always been a cuddler. She seems to truly love people and is very affectionate. When we let them our birds out of their chicken yard to free-range, she will waddle over to where we are sitting and climb on our laps. She'll just sit there and let us pet her. But now I'm wondering if something has been wrong with her for a while now. When we open the coop to collect the eggs, she's usually in there and she'll sort of coo and wiggle when we pet her, but she is completely uninterested in whatever we're doing. We did lose another hen about two months ago. That hen had some sort of infection that resulted in her abdomen splitting open. This doesn't seem to be the same thing, but I'm terrified the same thing will happen to our Percy. I will say that I've heard some chicken sneezes and have dosed them with some apple cider vinegar in their water and I don't hear the sneezes anymore, but I wonder if it is Percy sneezing and if that has anything to do with it. Any advice or information you have would be most appreciated. Thank you.