i noticed that Camilla, my white orpington, is very very pale - face, comb and waddles. Is that something i should be worried about? She is still eating, laying and pooping, not limping or acting listless, tho she does now have less interest in dashing in to grab a treat like the other birds do. She doesn't seem to be frighteningly down on weight, tho i would like to see her eating more, and a more interest in eating and treats, etc. She is 7 months old. This might be me WAY overthinking and over-complicating the potential emotional lives of my very spoiled birds, but... some background: Camilla has always been very standoffish with people, not the docile, calm bird the breed descriptions discussed. The Monday before thanksgiving, we suffered a fox attack - lost 4 of my 9. Camilla was not seriously hurt physically (she had some shallow puncture wounds, scratches, and she lost all her feathers on her back from neck clean thru all of her tail feathers). She has grown back her feathers beautifully, tho they are still thinnish on her back so i don't think she feels as warm as she is used to feeling. The thing that has me most worried, is that Camilla's entire personality has changed. It's as if she has lost all her confidence - she is now the bottom of the pecking order, and just...she's so very very timid about going out into the (fully fenced) run, even. (They were free ranging when the attack happened, it wasn't in the coop) We also Camilla's hatchmate and best bird friend. She just seems so... sad. It's also winter in NY and we are in the middle of that very, very cold system that is covering most of the northern US. So i guess what i am asking is if being pale is normal for a bird who is putting a lot of energy into regrowing feathers and recovering from a physical trauma? especially in the cold? i brought her inside with me to house-hen for a night, to see if being warm would help...her color is better, but she is still pale.