Hi there, A fox (or badger) got into my garden on Saturday night and managed to get the door off the coop and killed four out of five of my pet chickens. We are devastated. The survivor was in serious shock yesterday, so we put her in a very big rabbit hutch in the utility room, with the hutch door open so she can come out if she wants. She lived as an indoor chicken for a while before she came to us so i thought it may feel safer inside for her. Yesterday she was very badly shaken, and not moving much, she was drinking water and ate a very small amount of treat food. She came round from the shock a bit in the afternoon when i found her a snail to eat but then i noticed her leg. She is reluctant to put much weight on one of her legs, and makes a little baby whimper noise when she does. I had a look, and the skin isn't broken anywhere, but she does have some small clump of feathers pulled out, they are mainly on the other side of her body though. I can only think she has hurt it getting away. When you feel around the actual leg joint, she seems ok, but if you touch her foot or ankle she reacts. I will try and soak all the muck off her feet and take a photo. It is only slightly swollen, and looking at pictures, it doesn't seem as swollen as most chickens who have broken a bone, is there a chance it could be a sprain? Is there any way to tell that yourself? I hoped she would seem better this morning but if anything she is moving around less now than after she polished off her snail yesterday. She is drinking plenty of water, but she had one of her favorite treats for dinner, sausage cut up into tiny bits. She ate a bit but kept looking around expecting the other four to appear and gobble it up, after she had eaten 4 or 5 little bits, she lost interest and lay back down. She is a four year old ex-battery chicken, so she has never been on her own in her whole life, i am worried that loneliness is a factor for her. I am checking on her on a regular basis and sitting with her but she is still looking around for the others. Thank you so much in advance!!!