Polish hen-1.5 yo-Feet are frozen and are dying. She was found under 16 inches of snow and about frozen to death 4 weeks ago. I thought she kicked out of it and 3 weeks ago I noticed her sitting and her feet hot but I didnt see anything wrong. I never figured they were frozen and dying. I put her in a pen with month old chicks with water and feed and heat. She has been mom to all the babies. Last week I picked her up and noticed the toes are curling up and she may loose 1 foot and the other I hope toes only. She eats and hops around when needs to. She lays most of the time though and just babies the chicks in the pen with her. I feel so bad that I didnt notice they were frozen. Her feet are black so I didnt notice when they started to dry up and died. Should I put her down or let her be a mom? She does not seem to be in much pain and is otherwise healthy and seems happy.(but im not a chicken so I guess I dont know if she is in pain?) I put her outside today and she pecks and ate the grass and bugs. Am I bad to keep her alive?Suggestions please. I can stand her up but she cant be up long. She uses wings to help her hop/walk. UPDATE- Well tonight 1 leg on my Polish broke off clear up at the point where the feathers meet the leg. It looks pretty clean and no infection but she cant really move much now. The other leg looks like she will loose the foot only but im still waiting. The ankle is swollen on the remaining leg. I am going to try to make a sleeve to go over the leg that came off and attach a foot or peg. She is trying to balance with her wings but its tough. This sucks! I feel so bad for her but want to keep trying until I know she cant get around at all and then I will put her down if need be. She is not in pain from what I see and eats and drinks. Wish me luck!