We just had another hawk attack. I think we made it outside in time to save the hen. She couldn't breath at first when we brought her inside and could not hold her head up. There are three small puncture marks on her neck and quite a few feathers ripped off of her neck from mid neck down to the top of her back. She is now breathing heavily (shock I assume) with her beak open. At first she was just lying in the box we put her in with her lags splayed back and side ways. Now she is standing, and even looking around at her environment and noises she hears. I put her in a quiet darkened room with water. She has not had anything to drink, but she does have water if she wants it. My question is what should I try and feed her if she is in shock. Yogurt and maybe some crumbled up layer pellets? Bannana's? What about protein, does she need any. She is an RIR that has been laying since about mid September. We are blessed though, out of the three attacks we have had so far, this is by far the worst and the Good Lord has protected us from loss. Any help would be greatly appreciated.