Ok, so, I left for two days to go to my fiance's mother's house. I fed and watered my birds and locked up the hen house since this area is big with predators. I just got home and went out to set my birds free and give them a treat. Well, I looked down and realized my little wyandotte hen sitting with her wings partially spread and thought maybe she had laid her first egg and was being protective or something. She was in her normal sleeping pit, right beside the nest so nothing seemed fishy. Anyway, down to the point. She wasn't sitting on an egg, she was balancing. She suddenly only has one leg. MY HEN LOST A LEG WHILE I WAS GONE. There are no feathers in her pen, where by the way, she sleeps snuggled up to my twin production reds. The other two are fine. NO BLOOD. NO STRUGGLE FEATHERS. NO MESS. The wound, which has been carefully clipped of feathers and cleaned, has no torn edges. It even healed right nicely without any infection, leaking edges, or even tearing in any odd directions to show in what direction she was pulled in. It quite honestly looks like a really cruel freakin' joke and i'm soooo mad. Anyway. I need an opinion on if this honestly does sound like a predatory attack, or not, and if she'll be ok. Will she eventually be able to get around again with practice? Or is she destined to be culled or just be my special little hen? What do I do?