My cochin/d'uccle mixed pullet has swollen feet. It is not bumblefoot, and I don't THINK it's scaley leg mite related (the scales look healthy to me). Her legs appear healthy as well, but her feet and toes almost look deformed due to their thickness/swolleness. Elephantiasis is what popped into my head when I noticed them today. A few years ago, we acquired an adult d'uccle roo who had scaley leg mites - his feet looked rather lumpy and deformed due to scale build-up, and this does not look like that. The pads of her feet look healthy, and the scales themselves look fine to me...not flaking, lifted, or dry. Background: This girl is about 6 months old, hatched here from an ebay egg. I feel guilty that I just noticed this today, as she does sit on my lap sometimes for petting. She hasn't been very active for a good two months. Initially I just thought it was because she was a bit of an outsider and that she liked to be close to her "mom" (the hen who hatched her is broody quite a bit, and so stays inside a lot). But over the past month or so I figured that maybe she had some internal issue that I couldn't fix, and so had somewhat resigned myself to losing her sometime this winter. Of course now I'm thinking that she must have had this foot issue for all this time and I'm just discovering it...that maybe whatever it is hurts her feet and that's why she isn't active. She is able to get up to the roost each evening, but sometimes seems to lose balance while doing things on the floor/ground (I'd assumed it was because of her feathered feet or an internal ailment of some kind causing weakness). These pics aren't the best, but hopefully someone can give me some advice...Freckles is a very sweet, soft natured little pullet. I would love to help her if I could figure out how.