I did the same thing with Herman, our Blue Splash Silkie chick. He spent a great deal of time in the same article of clothing! He was not only sickly, but he was an "only," so he needed lots of close watching and TLC. Even with all the extra care and attention, we still almost lost him several times. He's now a happy. healthy young rooster who thinks he's a "people." He's even got his own article on BYC (Is There a Rooster in the House?) Herman has come a long way from the scraggly little fluff-ball who scared the living daylights out of my Mom by popping his head up out of my bra when he heard her voice. Where's the video camera when you really need it?I cleaned her up put her in my shirt to warm her back up. She eventually started moving around and I was super relived not to have a dead chick in my shirt.