Upon returning from our thanksgiving holiday, we noticed that one of our hens had stopped laying. No big deal, as it is getting to be that time of year. Our alpha hen had also begun picking on her particularly fiercely, but again (since no feathers were being lost or blood drawn), we figured that it was a natural event. However over the past week we have begun to notice other, more disturbing symptoms. Kitty is still behaving *mostly* normally, but: she doesn't forage as much as the other girls; shows somewhat less interest in food, although she is still eating. She seems a little sleepier than usual, often roosting a little longer or laying down in the middle of the day for a while. Her feathers are just slightly in disarray, and she has also begun another molt (even though she did a full molt in August). Then, starting two days ago, I noticed that there are small splotches of blood on the urea cap of her feces. She does not have diarrhea, and her color is still normal (red face, yellow legs). Still, adding all of these symptoms together I come up with a coccidiosis infection. All of the girls were on Amprolium feed until they began to lay, at which point I switched them to an organic, non-medicated layer feed. Can more experienced folks confirm this diagnosis (I've included pics of the poo below), and advise me on how best to treat? She is a pet bird, so I will not cull (please don't suggest it, even if you think it's the best way - I'm sure it is the best way for many folks, but just pretend I'm talking about a treasured cat or dog rather than a chicken - that's what she is to me). I will however take her to the vet if necessary. Thanks in advance for helping me out with this!