Hi there, I'm in need of advice! I'm in south Texas and upon returning home found that one of my smaller bantam Cochins had stuffed herself in a opening under the inside coop. It's been in the upper 20s and lower 30s. There was some wet areas as well. So at 11pm I cut the floor up and retrieved her. She was limp, freezing and wet. I ran to the house as she had taken 1 slight breath and started running warm water over her. I have never felt such a icy body. Started to do the hair dryer and I lost her so I gave her a few breaths and pushed / rubbed her chest. After about 45 mins of working on her she started coming around where she was responding to touch and other stimuli. I got a high concentration of vitamins/probiotics/electrolytes down her. After about 2 hours she was sitting up on the heating pad and was fussing. So left on a low temp heating pad that turned off after 2 hours leaving her off for about 5 to allow her to cool and see if she could maintain body temp. She is looking good - sees and hears. What would the follow up care be??? Antibiotics?!, Shes not interested in water which is fine I'll make her a mash and get some water/food down her. She also can't walk because I think she crammed herself in so tight the it's squished up. I am thinking as she gets stronger that should work itself out? I feel horrible I was out of town for the day she could of been stuck for up to 24 hours based on the night before when I checked on her. Any advice???