From time to time we foster Dalmatians for a local rescue group. We always test them with our children, little & big dogs, horses, cat and chickens.... However, out of the blue today she broke into the coop when we were in the house and massacred most of our flock. It was so heartbreaking because many of these chickens had that dreaded virus from last March and we coddled until they were well. Anyway, Our flock was small (only 12 chickens from 2 yrs to 9 mths old). Two of the oldest managed to survive uninjured, and two have serious injuries. The other 8 were horribly killed. One of the injured is an Auracana... She has wounds on her back that I am afraid to investigate. Her feathers cover it up well to keep out the sand (we live in the desert). She can stand and I have her on antibiotics in the water. The other, a Buff Orpington cannot stand up. We do not see any injuries on her. But one leg she is not moving, and the other leg trembles a bit when you move or touch it. Neither as of yet are eating or drinking, but this just happened about 4 hours ago. Does anyone have any advice? My children are already heartbroken. But I fear these chickens may not make it either... Please, any advice would be greatly appreciated!