So I've long wanted chickens "one day" and I'm not saying that I am prepared at all to take care of one now, but a poor chicken has shown up on my doorstep and doesn't seem inclined to leave. I don't know how to even approach a chicken or know if its friendly or not or if it wants to peck my face off.... My chicken love has always been from afar for that one day in the future when I'm less poor and then I was going to look into doing all the required research for actual care. This poor chicken has some kind of injury. Looks like a large abscess has formed on the side of his head because of it. I believe the chicken came from a group of trailers in a lot the runs along our property. We hear their rooster crow in the morning and I've seen several chickens running around their yard. They do not have a coop or fencing. I would be surprised if they were giving them real feed. I honestly don't know. I live in a poor somewhat rural area and some of the latino families have goats and chickens and the like. I don't have any money to take it to a vet and am not sure who to call. I've never heard of humane societies dealing with chickens? Any advice would be great. It may wander out of my yard but for right now he/she is sitting in the overgrown bed of aloe. (I live in Florida.) Help!