Penny is a six year old bantam Belgian D'Uccle who we inherited from another family. Before we got her, she had problems with her feet and some of her toes were crooked and she had lost all her nails and whatnot. She has never moved around very well, but has thrived nonetheless. Today we noticed that she was not walking at all. I picked her up and noticed that her feet were pretty covered in poop as if she hadn't moved at all in a couple days. I brought her in the house and soaked her in a warm bath to clean her up and see if we could tell what was wrong. This is what I discovered. It's kind of hard to tell because she is wet and feathery, but her foot is about 80% disconnected from the bone. I have no idea when or how this happened. She will not put weight on it, so I know it hurts, but the wound is clean and doesn't look infected and not bleeding. Poor baby. My first thought was to put her out of her misery, but we really love Penny. She is very sweet and loves people. Other than her foot, she appears healthy. She is currently snuggled up in a blanket with my daughter. Can she be saved? Should she be saved? If you think she can recover, how do I treat this? Thanks.