My White Rock roo and Blue Andalusian roo had a cock fight sometime early this morning. The BA is penned up in a trampoline-turned-pen. There is blood on the chicken wire all along most of the perimeter of the pen. There is much more blood on the outside, from the White Rock. Here's how White Rock looks now: He is nursing one foot, and when I saw him standing on both, one spur appeared to be halfway broken off. Here is poor Blue, who does not appear to be doing too well. He's bloodied up, as you can see. You can see the blood on the chicken wire here, and his disinterest in the hens. His posture tells me he feels awful. So for my questions: Why does Blue look like he's dying, but Rock doesn't? Rock seems to have lost more blood. Do cocks that look like Blue does right now seem to die or pull through after resting up? Is this normal for roosters to attack each other in this manner? White Rock will be going to freezer camp today. I don't have any need for a mean rooster. But I admit I'm too scared to go in and get Blue. I fear the injured-dog-bite. When DH wakes up, he has work to do. "Morning, honey, here's the gun and the cage."