"Fuzzy" is a silkie rooster. I don't know his age, but he is probably more than four years old. Fuzzy free ranges during the day and is confined with the other chickens at night. Because he is not a dominant rooster, he spends most of his time alone, often underneath my husband's pickup truck. Recently, he began to show signs of being blind or nearly blind. He had trouble locating food and water, even when they were right in front of him. I brought him in and put him in a small pen so that it would be easier for him to remain safe and also to find food and water. This seemed ok for about a week. However suddenly he has begun to have muscle spasms, including a tightness in his neck that causes him to tuck his head under his chest, and to keep his feet clenched. I have looked on line for possible causes and treatments, but his symptoms do not really match any condition I have found. Any ideas? I am feeding him via syringe, but I don't imagine he can go on like this very long. None of my other birds are I'll, and none have had these symptoms, that I have ever noticed. They get a diet of layer mix, cracked corn and forage, along with kitchen scraps. Thank you for any input!