Hello! I wend down to the coop to check on my chickens today around 2pm. Usually everyone runs to greet time, today all was quiet. Went in and our Willow (one of the super friendly hens) ran over and wouldn't quit making noise. I kept asking her where Mr Cletus was as I looked around. Finally found him in the coop, hanging by his spur! He managed to get caught in some of the liner for the poop board. He must have been there all day, I couldn't believe he was still alive! Anyway, took him down and over to the water, as expected, he was really un sturdy on his feet. So I put him in a dog crate with water and scratch. Covered part of the crate, but left him down there where he could see his girls. He did drink some, but is mostly just sitting there panting. Obviously stresses, it has been 4 hours... Should I leave him in the run? Place him on the roost tonight? Bring him up to the house? Any other suggestions? Stats: coop is 6x9, roost is about 3 1/2' off the floor with a ramp, roost itself is a rounded off 2x4. There are 7 hens with him plus 4 pullets that are 3 months old, they run with the big girls as they choose or are in their smaller run. Run is 50x50, covered with net. Roo is at least 7 years old, we have had him for 2. He is an EE. If I can find a pic, I'll post it.. This is him a few months ago. Right now he is in a crate, panting, with considerably less feathers.