I need help! One of my Silver Laced Wyandotte's was chased by a neighbors cat in October. I found a mound of tail feathers in my front yard. I looked for two days for her and nothing. Two months later, another distant neighbor knocked on my door and said she found my chicken. I went and got her. Wow! how she survived this Michigan cold, and all the stray dogs and cats in the area, I'll never know. And to think I got her back on Christmas. But she is very thin and her left foot is curled and she is limping on it. I put her back in the coop with the other girls (no roosters). She gobbled food like crazy. You could tell she was very hungry and cold. But the other girls kept pecking at her backside where she is missing feathers. She acts like she just wants me to hold her, like she really missed me. Of course I have been doing that. I put her in a separate pen with her own food and water dishes, and a little nest heater. But now she just sits in a corner and seems sad. She was happy to be back home in the coop. Should I keep her from the others until she gets stronger and gets her feathers back, or put her back in coop where she seem happy? I think she just doesn't want to be alone right now. I even thought about bringing her into the house in a small pen until spring? Any thoughts out there?