Hi, We just got six twelve-week old chickens on Friday and this morning (Sunday) I found one laying on the coop floor, tail and wings drooping. I picked her up and brought her into the house because she felt cold. I wrapped her in a wool blanket and she perked up a bit but was content to lay on my lap wrapped in the blanket for a few hours and seemed to have a few sips of water and dozed off. I placed her in a dog crate, still wrapped in the blanket, while I ran to the store. When I came back an hour later she was sweating (best description I have). I unwrapped the blanket off of her back but kept her belly and sides swaddled because I didn't want to bring her temperature down too fast. At this point she had a dazed look in her eyes and was breathing fast. Now she is on her side, neck and head drooped, and has shallow breathing, it's been about 12 hours. No wheezing, no discharge, no other symptoms. Someone suggested that she may have caught cold on the overnight? Any thoughts or suggestions? ~Kristen ******* Update: She lifted her head a bit and I put a cup of water against her beak. She took two sips and she tried to get a little more upright. Now she is laying on her belly, and her head is a little more upright.