I've researched as much as I could find and can't seem to come up with a definite answer to my rooster's problem. The back story... December 3rd our neighbour came to us in the evening - he was missing two of his dogs. We immediately went out to make sure all chickens were fine. They were in (including this rooster), but we're soaked, like they had been out in the rain (not like them). Three were missing. The next morning, after a huge down poor of rain, we checked again. Two were back at the coop in the morning, completely fine and dry, one was still missing (our smallest silkie). Anyway, we think a bird of prey got our silkie and scared the others to hide, that's why they were so wet. The days following, our rooster started slowing down. We finally took him inside the house a couple days ago, when he really slowed down and his wattles/comb turned darker. Here's what I know: Darker comb/wattles (not spots, the whole thing - like when a humans lips go "blue" from being cold) No blood anywhere on him Eating/drinking Pooping normally (a little stuck to his bum from sitting so much) No mites/lice Feet are all fine (checked for frostbite), still moves his toes He walks, but slowly and if he steps on something bumpy he wabbles and possibly falls over He's under a year old He eats medicated grower when inside the coop, but they are free ranging during the day (up until the 3rd) Everyone else looks/acting fine Eyes are open, maybe a little crusty around the outside "Talks" to me when I call his name (he always did that outside) When we pick him up he doesn't fuss (he did fuss before) I've looked up numerous things, but nothing matches 100 percent. And the other chickens are fine. Since we've brought him inside, near the heat, he hasn't gotten worse, but no better either. I can't afford to see a Vet at the moment, and I'm doing everything I can think of otherwise. Any help without critism?