Hi, I have a very poorly Orpington who I only discovered yesterday has a horrid case of flystrike. I discovered it after bathing her as she had been acting oddly (coming into the house, standing around, hiding in strange places in the garden). I got all the visible maggots out but the vent looked really horrid. I took her to the vet and he gave her a 50/50 chance of pulling through, he said the next 24 hours were make or break and she has just past that time. She is no better however and is sleeping mainly though occasionally perks up and tries to walk before then closing her eyes. The vet gave her a jab of antibx and painrelief and sprayed her rear end with insecticide. I've given her a bath this morning too. I've given her some nutri drops and am able to give her water via a syringe, she occasionally has drunk herself when offered but less than yesterday. I know there's a thread on here with a happy ending but really what are her chances?? The vet said if she was still alive on Monday to go back for more antibx/assessment. I don't want her to suffer but if there's a chance she'll pull through, I want to give her the best chance. Thanks in advance for any advice.