The two chicks I recently obtained (one spraddle leg, one on antibiotics after a near drowning) unfortunately did not work out being housed together; the spraddled chick was getting ruthlessly picked on by the other, who was going after the little guy's eyes and feet savagely, and kept dragging its legs out from under it and knocking it down to boot. Anyways, the spraddle chick is not coping with the seperation well. While the other chick eats and drinks on its own and seems calm, the spraddle spends most of its day pacing back and fourth frantically calling. It does not eat or drink reliably unless I "peck" with my finger at the food or water dish, at which point it always seems ravenous. With an eight hour work day coming up tomorrow, I'm worried the little baby will become dehydrated if I'm not there to encourage eating! And the pacing and calling is just non-stop, which I'm sure is burning off most energy it has. Is there ANYTHING I can do to help the poor little critter? I tried reintroducing them a few times already, and the outcome is always the other chick attacking the spraddle.