I had 6 bantams-3 black Australorps, 2 Aracanas, and 1 Americana, all about 4/5 months old, (prob EEs). I lost 1 Aracana, the Americana and the 2 broilers my hubby found abandoned on the biddy bus in march, to a dog attack on Sunday. I only found huge clumps of feathers in several places and the 2 broilers dead. They had always split into 2 groups, blacks together and the 3 others. now my one remaining Aracana (Sami) seems sad and I can feel her breast bone protruding but don't know if that's normal for them or if she is loosing weight. She seems to eat ok and droppings look normal. She scratches and and interacts with others and seems to be more included even dominant in their group. When the others are taking a dust bath she will lay beside them and close her eyes. She has never done this before. Also right after it happened, when I was in denial about the amount of feathers left behind and still hoping to find my babies, as I would call out for them the ones left would make what sounded like crying sounds. They had never done that before and still do sometimes when they hear me calling for the others. I am still holding out that slim hope that one or both of them will come home. Is there anything I can do for Sami? I welcome any advice or suggestions as I am new to chickens, thanks to Hubby bringing home the broilers. They were much loved, pampered and spoiled pets like the bantams. I am now hooked and heartbroken. thanks.