Hello everyone! I have a bit of an issue I can't quite figure out how to solve, this time. Just about 30 minutes ago, I looked out my window to see one of my normally white hens, tinted all over her feathers with red. I rushed outside and saw that the other hens were giving her a serious pecking on her comb, and all that red was blood. I know she didn't cut herself on anything because they continued doing it even while I approached, and there was plain evidence all over their feathers, too, but less serious than the one being pecked. I had to remove her because they were attacking her every step she took, and even when i tried to scare them away from her they'd all run back from some different direction. She's currently in my bathroom with some water and food, and she's made herself comfortable but I'm not sure how long I can keep her in there, because my family doesn't approve of a bloody chicken camping in our bathroom. We have a small portable coop, but unfortunatley it's extremely flimsy and easy for any predators who smell blood to get into. There's already a slight hole in it from when I had some pullets in there and one morning there was a hole from a coyote or maybe a fox. What do I do?? I'm tempted to use the flimsy coop, but I'll have to move it to a spot closer to the house and reinforce it with some objects surrounding the walls so they can't be ripped apart.