One ofmy leghorn juveniles was snatched up by a hawk today. My DIL saw it and raced after the hawk. It dropped the pullet. It she is pretty badly injured. She was bleeding from her mouth and obviously has a ruptured air sac. Her body cavity is filling with air. As I've pulled the air out with a syringe, no blood has come with it, and none can be seen. She's got pale skin, so internal bleeding into the body cavity would be easily recognisable. She is no longer bleeding from her mouth. Other than warmth, quiet, tylan, and pulling the air out, is there anything else that we can do? We have considered culling, but if it's only her air sac I hate to lose her.