First of all, I feel like a terrible, terrible chicken mom for letting this even happen. I'm ashamed that I didn't watch them close and know that they are in too small of a space. I have 3 Golden Laced Sebright cockerels and 4 Blue Laced Red Wyandottes in a rabbit cage at the moment. The Sebrights are about 12 weeks old, and the Wyandottes are about 7-8 weeks old. I knew it was getting to be a little tight in there, but it seems like they have gotten so much bigger in just the last couple days and I've been busy with work and a Leghorn with a bad head injury. I suspect I haven't been giving them enough food. Only two ladle-fulls of crumbles. Their water is gone every day, but I think it's because they spill it rather than drink it. It seems like almost over night the fresh hay I put in there for the chilly nights has just turned into a matted poo patty. Their feathers look rough from laying in it over night. The Wyandottes seem alright. They are a little slow, but they are peeping and scratching outside in their little fence. I put the Sebrights in an identical fence, and they are much more sluggish. They were eating for about 20 minutes. I cooked them both some eggs and they ate those, too. The Sebrights kept stretching their necks out, but I think it was the dryness of the crumbles, because I don't see them do that any other time. (Please! don't let it be gapeworm). The Sebrights aren't making much noise. They also weren't very feisty when I tried picking them out of their cage like usual. One bit my glove, though, and closed it's eyes and just hung there, biting me. It reminded me of a small dog hanging from a tug-of-war rope that it wouldn't let go of. Their necks were scrunched in and wings were touching the ground. I gave them some Save-A-Chick electrolytes in their water. I hope they get better. I would feel extremely terrible if they died, because it's my fault. I plan on going to get two big 30x36in. rabbit cages to split them up and give them more room. They are a little too small for free range with my 19 week old flock, and definitely too small for my 25 week old flock that are in the coop and run (that's why they are in cages, until they get a little bigger). Any help would be appreciated!