We rescued our JG roo "Batman" from our neighbor's where he was getting abused by another jg roo about 9 months ago. We absolutely adore him, he is our lap chicken!!! At about a year old when we got him, Batman had no feathers, he was really scrawny, and awkward. He took to our flock right away, being the only roo, and we have enjoyed him so much!!! We love him dearly. So now that you know alittle bit about him, heres whats going on: Just over a week ago he started stubling around, we thought it was due to his feet being cold because he refuses to sleep on the roost (he sleeps on the ground with some other chickens under his wings its really cute actually.) But he just keeps getting worse. here are his symptoms: -total paralysis up to the neck -weazing -thick saliva (has subsided since we have been treating him) -feather loss on his neck -total disorientation -inability to hold head up for long periods of time thus difficulty swallowing -mushy crop -swolen feet and legs -green stool -drooping comb -lack of color in waddles (comes and goes) At first i though Botulism so i have treated him with an Epsom salt flush, i have been giving him Molassis and vitamins along with probiotics in his water. Yesterday I put a tube into his crop and forced some charcoal into it to absorb any toxins that has seemed to help tremendously. I just want to know if anyone had any ideas about what this might be or anything else i can do for the poor guy. I love him very much and i dont want to loose him. BTW i did find a tiny bug in him so i immediately dusted him with DE and it didnt look much like a mite but possibly a louse.... Thank you in advance!!!!