Hello all, as I posted in another, earlier thread, my favorite pullet, Lady Banks, was attacked by a hawk today. She is 7 weeks old. The hawk came out of nowhere and when I saw it with her I screamed and ran at it and it flew away, leaving her there... stumbling and sneezing blood. That was about 7 hours ago (3pm Pacific, it is now 10pm here) and she is thankfully still alive, but I can't yet tell if she is going to make it. After the inital blood coughing, there hasn't been anymore blood and she's mostly been acting dazed and sleepy. She's been sleeping wrapped in a towel on my lap or in a box in our guest bedroom. It is warm and quiet in here. However, in all this time, she hasn't had any interest in water. At others' suggestion, I have put drops of water on her beak with my fingers, and later an eye dropper (DF went out and bought one for me)... but she basically lets the water just drip off her beak. She has licked at a couple of the drops and if I stick her beak in a cup of water (just the tip, gentl, of course), sometimes she opens her mouth, sometimes not, but she doesn't drink. She is aware of what is going on and opens her eyes and sometimes stands up when things are happening around her. When I put her down in her box, I even got a couple of feeble peeps. But, at this point, I think she needs water and I don't know what to do. Should I just leave her be in her box overnight and not bother her? She has a baby waterer in there with her. Maybe rest is best? Or, should I try to give her drops of water every so often through the night? I'm not sure what's best for her, but I want to do my best to give her every chance of making it. Thanks in advance for any thoughts or ideas!