We were hatching just one egg in a little table top incubator and the chick had started to peck through the shell when we went to bed last night. When we came down in the morning the incubator had been knocked to the ground (cats!), open egg shell on the floor and no chick in sight. After a few minutes of scrambling (no pun intended) around, I found the chick on the floor next to some kid toys. She was alive and breathing, but cold and not moving. We got the chick back into the incubator. We're not exactly sure how long it had been out, maybe only ~5-30 minutes. She was obviously just freshly hatched and still very wet. I hoped that it was my little girl cat who did it since I have never seen her kill or eat birds or mice, just bat them around a bit. We don't see any obvious injuries to the chick. After 20 minutes in the incubator she had fluffed out, she was moving around and cheeping occasionally. After and hour, she has finally opened her eyes, but her movements are very jerky and she is still unable to stand or move in a coordinated manner. I have to go to work now, I hope she is better when we get home and we'll move her into a the brooder box with another chick. What are the chances for this little guy? Do chicks survive if thier temperature drops low like that? If she does survive, will she have problems later? Advice and stories are welcome. Thanks.