I have a leghorn hen, she is probably 3 years old. I've treated her for a fluid accumulation in her abdomen. I didn't measure, but I drained some and she soaked a large bathtowel overnight. She is very thin. I thought she would eat after she was drained (late Saturday night), but showed no interest.I crop fed her some hand feed formula made with electrolyte water. I take her outside daily for 20 minutes or so, and no one bothers her. Unfortunately, she has not one, but TWO boyfriends who are happy to see her. The puncture site is still leaking a little, so I'd rather not have her getting mated and taking dustbaths, but she seems stressed to be in the ICU in my bathroom. This morning when I took her outside, she went straight to the waterer. So, she's willing to drink just maybe not inside. I haven't seen her eat but she may be willing to do so outside. Would it be better to keep her inside until the puncture site quits leaking, or just put her back with the flock and keep an eye on her? The fluid was clear yellow, which I've read indicates organ failure. I assume all care I give now will be hospice care. I want her to enjoy her time, but not create more issues for her. Advice?