hi all, so i have a chicken that got attacked by a raccoon and shes been inside since it happened three weeks ago. her neck got torn up and she has a wound on her leg, but both seem to be healing nicely. i think the back of her neck is completely covered over now with new tissue. however, the past couple days ive had trouble getting her to eat. today was ok, she ate a good cup of watermelon, but i think that was all she ate all day. the two days prior i had to basically force her to drink honey/antibiotic water and a little milk...i dont think she ate or drank much on her own. the couple days before those she seemed very interested in the dried worms, cantaloupe, and scratch we gave her... she's been shaking her head frequently, which at first i thought had to do with her beak growing out a little too long due to abnormal activity (not enough rough material to grind it down on). it's a little longer than it used to be but not much. she shakes her head as if shes flinging water or whatnot off her beak or head (force feeding her got her a lil messy) and grinds her beak a little like we grind our teeth. but today, i saw her do this strange thing ive never seen before...she kind of bobbed her head side to side, like we do when we try to get water out of our ear. her beak stayed in front of her, but her head leaned to the right side, then the left, then maybe right and left again. i only saw it once. there are some fruit flies in the office with her...i think they came in on something we bought from the grocery store recently....what are the chances they are the cause of this? is her appetite connected to her head shaking and bobbing? could the fruit flies have infested her head or ear or something? or could this be a more sinister parasite? she's done so well so far....i dont want to lose her now! thanks!