So, I just BARELY had my first predator problem. . . . A bobcat came barreling through our pasture, took a hen, and ran off with it. I was luckliy there to chase it down to the point that it let her go. She had the strength to run all the way back to the coop, which was far over 200 feet, but now that I've got her, her breathing is labored, it sounds like she's got fluid or something? in her passages, perhaps her lungs. . . But the biggest issue is that there's a big bite-marked gash in her back, right between, slightly behind her wings. I can see fat tissue and blood, but not much blood. Mostly fat tissue. What can I do?! I've never had anything like this before. . . The hen is exactly a year old, and a Black Ameraucana. She's got missing feathers here and there, but her back is the only serious wound. It is about half an inch in width, a bobcat's mouth in length.