I have four chickens, two are about 6-8 weeks and the other two are about 3 months. They have been in a dog crate while we get the run and the coop finished, and I was planning to move them into the coop tonight. I've had problems with them spilling their water and had switched to a larger, heavier waterer in hopes that they wouldn't be able to spill it. I was in a hurry this morning and didn't look in on them on the way to work, and when I came home I found them in a big puddle. They had spilled all of their water into the bottom of the crate and all over their food. They were all wet, but one of them (the smallest, a 6 week Australorp named PingPong) was soaked and sitting on the floor looking listless. I got the coop fixed up with food, water, and the heat lamp as quickly as I could and toweled PingPong off as much as I could before putting her into the coop. I showed her where the water was but she didn't seem interested in drinking. I put her up on the perch, right under the heat lamp. She seemed shaky, but able to sit there and rest. They were without water and food, and wet, for an indeterminate period of time. What are the health risks for them? What else should I be doing for them? Will PingPong be okay in the coop with the heat lamp over night, or should I bring her inside? I'm in Seattle and it's not supposed to get much below 50 degrees tonight. Please no flames, I feel horrible. Thanks in advance for your help!