While closing up the coop tonight my daughter noticed one of our roosters was bleeding heavily on his neck and toes. She came to tell me and I went out to help him. I saw some blood around the roost area where he must have rubbed up against the boards. I put him in a cat carrier and brought him up to the house. He is in the bathroom right now, still in the carrier, with the light off while I figure out what to do. This is our first injury and I am really unsure what to do. I know I need to get a good look at him to figure out what happened and how bad it is. He seemed normal up on the roost outside, and protested when I picked him up, but I could see the blood on him so I know he was injured. What steps should I take? I know I can't leave him out there while bloody or the other chickens may continue hurting him. I do not have any wrap to use and the farm supply store is closed. I do have regular gauze but I don't know how I would keep it on him. What should I do to make him comfortable? He will be warm being inside and I plan to keep him in the bathroom until tomorrow, but Im going to switch him from the cat carrier to a dog kennel so he has more room. He will need water in there... what am I missing?