QUick rundown: I have 15 11 week old pullets Everyone is healthy and fine Freeranged during day Cooped at night Let them out this am, offered them a pasta treat at about 11:30 am and all chicks came running except one. Kids just found her a few minutes ago sitting under our mobile home. She was easy to catch-offered no resistance. She is a bit lethargic and is panting, mouth open a bit, and had a "slime" looking or stringy saliva patch around her head and neck. My first suspition was a snake tried to eat her. I heard they leave slime. If a snake did try and eat her, do they abort the eating if the prey is too large? She is foaming at the mouth somewhat-it has been twice in 20 minutes. And the foam comes out in a bit of a drip-glob and we wipe it and it stops. Could she perhaps have gotten poisoned? I found out that some soapy bleach water was dumped out back and there is a small puddle. But all the other birds have not messed with it, and no one else is showing any bad signs. The soapy water is diluted fairly well. I don't know what to do with her or what to offer. I don't know if this is a snake attack or an internal thing. I could REALLY use some help as to best ways to treat her! Thanks! PS: She has now kinda thrown up a yellowish saliva and it looks like a tiny green plant stem came up with it. She is breathing open mouthed and her tongue is up towards the roof of her mouth. Will milk help? Ipicac (sp? syrup for poisoning?