I have been noticing my cockerel sumatra was not acting well for a while, I looked at him and he was alright. Then in the last few days he quit going outside or leaving the perch. I just noticed his toes are dead!! They werent like this last week before I left! All of them are dying! It isn't bumblefoot but they are now horribly infected and he is no doubt going to need to be culled. It is spreading like wild fire up his legs. He is obviously in major pain and his feet are shot. I can't imagine him living a meaningful life with no feet even if I could do anything for him. Mom wants to try and save him. I hope it works, he is a very sweet bird and I love his eyes. Maybe we will be lucky. I thought he was going to be a goner for sure. All my other birds feet are fine. I was checking today to see who needs a nail/beak trim. I last trimmed 3 months ago so that can't be what's wrong with him. Its even dying around his spurs! Its like something in his nails. This isn't the greatest pic but you can see what I mean. I did notice a long time ago his spurs and nails weren't growing correctly and i didn't think anything of it other than he was typical hatchery stock. The matching hen wasn't like that though. My my dad takes care of the birds on weeks when I am away and he said a while back he thought his feet were bleeding. I went out and checked and his rear toenails were missing, I thought they just got ripped out somehow so i cleaned them up and put ointment on them and they seemed fine. Now this! What in the world would cause his toes to rot away like this? Gosh I wish I got a clue sooner that something wasn't right!