Yesterday morning I heard my girls making all kinds of "stressful" noise, ran out to the coop and there was a rather large bobcat pacing on top of the coop and reaching his paw down through the chain-link. My girls were on top of their box (God I wish they weren't so STUPID sometimes!) and at some point he got two of them. One didn't make it but the other girl did. It looks like the bobcat basically sliced 4 or 5" of the skin from the top of her neck down to her shoulder, where she also has a small hole. All of the meat and everything on her neck is exposed. Basically all her skin that covers her neck is sitting in the front. She wouldn't let me near her yesterday and I didn't want to stress her out even more. She was walking around and eating and drinking small bits. Last night once it was dark and they were much more calm, I went out and got her and brought her inside for the night (it was rainy and cold her last night). She's still pretty freaked out and tries to peck me when I reach for her, but she's not one of my nicest chickens anyways. My 7 year old named her Vietnam if that puts a perspective on it. This is the best picture I could get. What should I do? I will be honest, and it may offend some people here and I truly apologize, but I simply cannot take a chicken to the vet. I spent $2K last month when my dog got into the neighbors squirrel poison, and I just can't spend another $200-$400 on a chicken! Any advice on how I can give her the best possible chance, or if I need to put her down, would be greatly appreciated! I can try to get more pictures if needed also. Thank you very much!!