This is my second rescue from a fox attack in three weeks. Let me preface this by saying these are NOT my chickens (now they are), as I am smart enough not to free range on a wooded river bottom!! They are my idiot neighbor's who refuses to keep his flock locked up and off my land. He says "he has no way of locking them up, plus its cruel to keep animals locked up". I guess it isn't cruel to have defenseless chickens wandering the country side as a walking fox buffet?? BUT ANYWAY.... I saw the ruckus starting in my security camera that I have on my chicken run. This hen was frantically trying to get in with my girls then I heard my ladies sound an alarm. By the time I got the gun and got out on the deck I saw the fox running down the lane to the woods with her, feathers flying and her head flopping. I couldn't shoot at him because of a shed and truck in the way, so I shot up in the air, he dropped her but immediately picked her up again, so I shot and he dropped her again so I kept shooting and he went right into the neighbor's pasture and I saw her run left into the woods. I followed the trail of feathers and luckily found her. She has a huge chunk of feathers out of her backside, 3/4 of her tail is missing. In the last picture the wound at 6:00 is tooth hole, the wound at 9:00 is just a superficial scratch. I cannot find any additional puncture wounds but the fox ran a good 100-150 yards with her so he must have had a pretty good bite. I flushed the one hole with colloidal silver twice yesterday. This all went down at 11:30 yesterday morning. She remained in shock for at least an hour then stood up and started to move around. A few hours later she pecked at some scrambled eggs and mealworms, gave me a nice healthy poop shortly after, then surprisingly laid an egg later that afternoon. She never ate any more that day and only took a few sips of water. When I checked on her this morning there was not a single poop in the crate. Any suggestions on what I could do for her or check on her (though she is extremely sensitive as you could imagine with all those feathers being plucked out)?