Not a good week to be a chicken at Redstreaker Hollow Farms... On top of temps and humidity in the 90’s and a nasty bout of coccidiosis, my SS year-old hen, Dotty, was attacked yesterday morning. I was filling the waterer with Corid while the flockers were hanging around watching (outside the run). Dotty apparently wandered off into the woods. The next thing I know, all Hell breaks loose and I can’t find her. At all. Anywhere. I did find her tail and a bunch of feathers trailing through the woods away from the coop and towards a culvert. She came back to the coop about half an hour after the attack, missing all of the feathers on her breast and belly and her beautiful tail. No blood, no puncture wounds, no claw marks, nothing. However, her eyes have been fully dialated since the attack almost thirty-six hours ago. She’s sleeping a lot or at least has her eyes closed, she pecked at some scrambled eggs this morning and missed the mark, but she was able to get up on the roost last night and today and spends some time out in the run with the rest of the flock. She doesn’t really interact with anyone, but looks at me when I talk to her. She drank a little yesterday and this morning, but I haven’t seen her eat since the attack (tho she must have eaten something as her crop has a little bulge this afternoon). Her poop last night was yellow and watery, same overnight. I’ve not seen her poop today. Yesterday I wrote off the behavior as being in shock. Today, I don’t know what to think. I don’t want to cull her, but if she’s suffering, I don’t have a choice. Should I give her another day? Today is only in the 80’s but tomorrow it’s supposed to shoot up to 97 fricking degrees... I suspect that she was attacked by an aerial predator. At some point, I think she suffered some kind of head injury as her eyes are bloodshot and still slightly dialated. She keeps her eyes closed a lot but has no balance problems like she might if she had a concussion. Any advice would be very welcome. This is her before the attack.