I came home yesterday from the grocery store to find my two Standard Cornish pullets (10 weeks old) standing in the snow for no real good reason. They didn't HAVE to stand in the snow! But, anyway, they're feet were frozen solid. I put them in a small dog kennel with shavings and brought them indoors to warm up and reassess the damage this morning. Today, their feet are obviously painful and there are large watery bubbles forming between there toes. I assume this is a bad sign. What can I expect, is there anything I should do? Is the most humane thing to put them down? They can not stay indoors all winter and I'm afraid they'll do it again if they somehow heal up and I put them back out. Blah. This is a real bummer, and I feel terrible, but I just don't understand how they could be so dumb as to stand there and let their feet freeze off!