I bought 5 baby chicks from a local guy, one of which was really tiny but I fell in love so why not! It's a blue laced red whyndotte (or so I was told) anyway! Breed doesn't matter but the tiniest one has odd wing feathering. The other 3 like him all have filled out wings (though they are almost twice its size) See how there is a space in there. The rest of my chicks (no matter breed) have filled out wings straight all the way across. Should I be worried? I'm in love with the tiny one! XD people always say to leave the runt animals but I'm like but tiny.... This is it beside one of my EE lady chicks (they all get along very well and no pecking or fighting) He/she eats very well and is very fast and healthy. I just wanted to know if the wings being the way they are is an issue to worry about! Thanks for help and advise! I want to make sure he/she grows up to be happy and healthy!