So, Friday night, we lost one of our hens to a wild animal (we're still not sure what it was, but I bet $5 on bobcat) She was a salmon faverolle and the sweetest girl in our flock. Luckily, the other five hens are alright, but I'll still miss her dearly. After the attack, our second faverolle seemed like she just wanted to isolate herself from the flock. Yesterday morning, she was the last one to come out of the coop. Everyone else was still cautious about hopping out, but they eventually did come out into their run. This faverolle is normally the first one up and the first one out. Whenever I'd go out and check their water in the early early morning, I'd see her peeking her head out of the coop door to see what I was doing. That morning, she wouldn't move from her spot on the top most roosting bar. We have three roosting bars set up at different heights. Usually, they all want to sleep on the top one, including her. But last night, I saw her sleeping on the bottom most bar, turned away from the other four chickens. She didn't move much except to turn her head to look up at me. Now, this morning, she won't eat or drink. She was looking out at the water dish like she was thinking about it, but she never did drink. She just stands around the run, huddled up and will sometimes slowly walk around. With this drastic change in behavior, I'm pretty sure she's grieving over the loss of her friend. Is there anything I can do to help her?