I could not get to my chickens for 3 days because of a downed electrical line in my back yard. When I did get to them yesterday, my Roo, Christopher, was very "sluggish" and tired in appearance. I grabbed him and ran to my mom's house, where I was staying, because we had no power at my house. He appeared to be VERY chilled. I went to the feedstore and bought some electrolytes to put in his water, and microwaved some towels to get him warm. When I got him warm, he started getting spunkier...but he's still kind of lethargic and not the same "roo" he normally is (fussing when you pick him up). What else can I do? I've fed him boiled eggs and scratch...he's not really going for the scratch...and the electrolyte water, as well as maintained a warm spot for him. He's full grown, but a Banty...none of the ladies took so badly to the cold and lack of food/water (we threw where we could but their run was destroyed so they couldn't get to it well)...so I guess it was harder on him. Is this a "wait and see" now? I'm open to any suggestions. Thanks! ***ETA*** He is also inside a carrier in my garage with towels and on my washer...about 4 foot above our gas "stove" that is lit outside to keep our pipes from bursting.