I have 2 roosters (and only 4 hens) and before I have been able to sell one, he attacked the one I was planning on keeping. Road Runner (the injured rooster)'s head was covered with blood and I'm afraid that his right eye may have been hurt seriously; he won't open it. This happened yesterday. I took him into the bathtub and cleaned him off with peroxide on some cottonballs. His comb was really bloody; I tried to pat some of it off with paper towels. Today I read a link about injury care and did what was suggested--I rinsed his head with a peroxide/water soluton in a syringe (then rinsed with just water to get all of the bubbles off), and I put some advil in his water (200 mg for 2 cups). Whenever I check in on him he's sleeping, but still breathing. It lookes like he's drinking, because the water container is emptying, but he doesn't seem to be eating, neither the pellets nor some of his favorite treats (curdled milk and milk-soaked cereal left over from breakfast.) Any suggestions to how to care for him? I really want to save him; he's got the characteristics of an EE. Here are some pics: I believe the black on his comb is blood scabbing over--the whole comb was bright red yesterday. It looks like he's sleeping in the 2nd picture, but he's just got his eye closed.