My hen Owl has done something to her foot. She is limping and when she steps on her left foot she does not want to unfurl her toes out to stand on (although I did she her take a few steps here or there,where it looked fine). She instead tries to put her weight her stub of the leg with the entire foot curled up. In other words, stepping on her ankle. Looking at the foot, it l doesn't seem to have anything wrong. Perfectly healthy skin, no crookedy toes, no missing toenails, no swelling. She seems to be able to move the entire leg ok, so I don't think it's broken but she kinda limps as she steps on to that curled up foot. The foot can be spread out and she can step on it but then after a step or two she curls up the foot and tries to walk on the ankle stub. I can't tell what the problem is. Is it strained, fractured, or is it higher up in her leg and the foot thing just a pain relieving maneuver? Anybody got some guesses?