My "hunting machine" of a cat brought in a rather mature but juvenile common grey dove. Closer inspection revealed a few injuries. Small but full thickness laceration to the top of her head (I replaced the tiny flap of skin and just flipped it back over the wound to encourage healing). There are puncture wounds on her back between her shoulders with a little skin missing, I can see a bit of what appears to be muscle tissue. There was some red discoloration around her mouth, but unsure if blood. I have placed the dove in the "hospital". I used a cardboard box with holes, which was previously a shipping box for live chicks, to keep her in with some bedding, food and water. I covered the majority of the box with a towel. Now 12 hours later, she is feisty and active. I placed a medicated organic ointment to her wounds. I would like to look at her closely today but do not want to stress her further. Any advice is appreciated, especially if I have done something wrong. Also, will she be able to survive in the wild after being contained at this young age?