Hello. I have a silkie (her name is Choji), which is about a year old now. The first day we got her, as a little chick, we noticed she had a deformed foot. One of her toes was tucked under her foot, and it was healed within a few days so we had no chance to change that. Recently it's been raining a lot, so the ground in their coop got very muddy. I noticed today when I checked on them all that her toe (which is folded under her foot) was puffier than normal, and it was nearly white (I only noticed her toe when I picked her up). It looked like there was a small puncture wound - no blood. When I touched it (very gently), it was slightly squishy, and it was cold. I'm not sure if this is something that will turn fatal or not, but do you guys have any suggestions to help her? I haven't tried anything yet since I found out this morning, but she doesn't seem bothered by it. She runs and scratches fine, and she didn't react when I touched it. I couldn't get a picture of it, but I could maybe try later on if it'd be helpful to see it (my mom or dad would have to hold her while I take a picture or vice versa). Thanks! If it turns bad we will probably take her to the vet, but until then any suggestions would be great! Thanks! P.s. She stopped laying after she got broody about a month or two ago, could this be the reason for that? Y'know, because of stress?