This happened last night. She was on the kitchen floor and flew up to the hot stove, and landed on a hot burner! I screamed, she screamed. I pulled her off as quick as I could, but the bottom of her foot was charred. (the smell was awful). I ran with her to the bathtub and stuck her foot under cold running water for about 5 minutes, then wrapped her feet in wet towels for another 20 minutes. Afterwards I checked her foot, there were several charred spots, but no exposed flesh or blood. I pressed on her foot and she didn't flinch and she was walking around okay. So, I made a weak bentadine solution and had her stand in that for a couple minutes, then dried her off and gave her some scrambled egg and put her back into the coop. The reason I had her inside, in the first place, is because she's molting and I just discovered she's not eating much and her crop isn't filled at night. So, I actually had her inside the house so I could give her some extra food. She roosted all night and was fine this morning because I checked her. But a couple hours ago while she was free-ranging I saw her limping and holding up her foot, so I checked her foot and there are small cracks in the skin in 2 places where she was burned. At this point I've treated her foot again with a strong bentadine solution, put antibiotic cream on those cracks, covered it with gauze and wrapped with strips of Vet Wrap. She seems able to walk and went back to the coop (after eating another protein snack). I plan to check her foot & change her bandage, daily, at this point. Does anyone else have experience and tips for healing burns on a chicken? Anything else I should be doing? Also, do you have molters who aren't eating as much? She has been in a pullet-molt for a month and her appetite is WAY down (even from before the burn). Otherwise, she's been very healthy.