yesterday, 95 degree day. 9 of 10 chickens were hiding under the deck. #10, Pip, was in the lower level of the coop just lying there. She couldn't hold her head up. I brought her into my house with A/C. Easter egger without wattles or much comb. Her feet and chin were hot, so I put her feet in cool water int he kitchen sink to try to bring her temperature down. She drank a little, but I have to help her keep from drowning in a little water she has so little control of her head. She was fine when they all left the coop in the AM. I found her before 2pm. No apparent trauma. She spent the night in the house with me in a laundry basket. She seems to be breathing comfortably. Not stressed or just too sick to care. Still seems to be a little warm today, so I sat her in more cool water and let her skin absorb water this time to maybe get her more hydrated. Is there anything more I can be doing? I've had her for several weeks. She is a rehomed chicken and has not laid an egg for me yet, but is as big as any of my other easter eggers. I don't think she is an old chicken.