Hello everyone, Yesterday, our cat chased one of our ladies, Peggy against a fence where she may have either self-multilated herself by getting her head stuck in the gaps (most likely) or our might have bit her (not so likely, since we've had chicken for 1.5 years now and he's never hurt any of the girls. But then again, he's a cat). In any case Peggy has a scrape on one side of her head a cut on the other side. She was bleeding profusely. We applied pressure on the wounds to stop the bleeding. We have since isolated her and washed the wounds thrice with peroxide and treated it with antibiotic cream. She's clearly traumatized but walked a bit in the coop when we took her there for a while since she seemed to want to get out. She also drank some water and pecked at some food while there.We brought her back in after a bit and she's been in the doggy box since last night, except when we try to feed her some water and treat her wounds. Her wound seem to be healing - the weren't too deep I think. But she doesn't want to eat and makes a rasping sound when we try feed her water with a syringe. I read somewhere that we probably shouldn't be doing that. Any advice? The most worrying is when I came back from work this evening I noticed her chest was really swollen and when I picked her up she seemed to be in pain and started making these weird gasping sounds when I gave her some water. I'm worried she has an internal injury that we might have not noticed. Maybe a broken rib that's pressing against her lungs? Is there anything we can do that doesn't involve taking her to the doctor (which honestly, I can't afford)? Please advice. Any help would be most appreciated.