I have one of my hens who has a hurt foot, she had what looked like a case of bumble foot on her pad, I have been keeping a close on eye on it and yesterday I came home, the sore on the bottom of her foot was partially off so I pulled the rest and out comes this gush of what I thought was pus. I went and grabbed some wet towels to whipe off the pus when I realized it wasnt pus, it almost seemed as if it was tissue coming out of her foot. It wasnt bleeding, it was just this material that squirted out and didnt want to come off. I cleaned her foot, put neosporn on it, put a pad of tissue and then wrapped it with medical wrap and sent her on her way. Today I came home, the wrap was still on, so I took it off and when I removed the pad of tissue it was yellow and the 'tissue' was slightly stuck to it. I then went to clean the foot and it started bleeding quite a bit, my husband thought we should try to remove the remaining of the 'tissue' esk material and which when I tried I wasnt comfortable doing so, and her foot kept bleeding. I went ahead cleaned it again, put a wapping amount of neosporn on the wound, a huge amount of tissue and re-wrapped it. She is inside now resting but I am curious on what I should do next. Any other girls that I have had any sort of 'bumblefoot' issue with have worked themselves out, I have given them medicine and 2-3 weeks later its gone. This has been my first bird that I have had any sort of issue with. Here is a photo from when I pulled her wrap off.