My 6-week old chicks were in the yard while I was outside with them. Out of nowhere, the neighbor's cat dashed into the yard, snatched a chick, and took off over the fence. I looked in all the neighboring backyards, but there was no sign of either of them. A few hours later, we heard the missing baby cheeping in the neighbor's yard. She didn't have any visible injuries, but was clearly scared. We brought her back and tried to keep her separated from the others, but she seemed anxious to rejoin her friends, so we gave her some water and put her on the roost. This morning, she was hunched up with her eyes closed. We brought her inside, put her on a table near a heat lamp, and she hasn't moved all day. She won't touch her food or water. I try to give her some water through a dropper every hour or so, but she shakes her head so not much ends up in her mouth. It's been almost 24 hours, and I'm worried she must be really dehydrated by now. Is she still recovering from shock, or is this a sign of internal injuries? Last night she was flapping and struggling when I tried to separate her, but today she doesn't seem to care. She literally has not moved all day, except to turn her head away when I put a dropper near her mouth.