Lil'Bit is my tiny half blind hen. Because of her blindness I have to do a few things for her well-being and safety. I keep an eye on her during the day to make sure she doesn't wander too far from the flock and the rooster's protection. If she does, I locate the flock and carry her to them. I carry her out of the coop in the mornings because she won't step down out of the coop by herself, and I put her on the roost at night. I go out a few minutes before the others are ready to go in and put Lil'Bit in the same spot on the same roost every night. Today I'm ashamed to admit my patience has been short and because of the rain I haven't spent much time outside with the chooks. Tonight I was late to go out to the coop to lock them up. I found Lil'Bit standing outside by the coop door and she came running when she saw me. I took her inside and set her down on the first empty spot on the roost I saw. She made a noise and half fell/half jumped off the roost. I put her back up. Again the noise and the fall off the roost. And again. Losing patience I held her in my arms while I tried to figure out what the problem was. Aha! I moved the hen that was in Lil'Bit's usual spot to another spot and put Lil'Bit in her place. She made a little noise (I swear it was "thank you!") and was content. Spoiled chicken!