I have spent most of my morning keeping up with my little one's homeschool activities, contractions and trying to locate a vet that will give a chicken the time of day. I finally found a vet that normally would if she wasn't on vacation, so here I am. My Salmon Faverolle, Serafina looked like something was stuck in her throat last night and she just kept on shaking her head until it as bed time, which she got on her perch and seemed ok. This morning I opened her coop and her sister came out, but she didn't. I went to the back door expecting the worst, only to have her fly out, apparently startled and in panic mode. Serafina is very friendly and fearless, so this was out of characture. When she landed she couldn't stand right. She tried to get out of my way by limping along and using her wings to help. I seperated her from her sister, and brought her inside. She is alert, still doing goofy things when she sees something new, but it seems her balance is off. I checked left foot that she seems to be favoring and haven't seen any cuts or anything out of the ordinary. Shes been resting on and off and carefully trying to sneak around when I'm not looking. Im afraid this is the sign of something that might get worse. Her comb looks good, and she will eat and drink. Her limp is bugging her and keeping her from going far, tail is down and she is still easily startled. Any advice is greatly appreciated.