I posted a few days ago about my Roos and how they were tearing up the backs of some of my chickens, well, I took the worst offender and stuck him alone in jail. THe other Roo is more of a gentleman, but one of my chickens, my favorite, Lady Macbeth, now has a bare area the size of a tangerine on her back. I couldn't leave her out in the coop where the temps are going to go below 0 for the next few nights. She is sitting in a cat carrier in my kitchen. I hate to keep her cooped up, but the run of the kitchen is out. I put a mirror on the end of the cage that seems to keep her amused and the occasional cat that wanders by is always a GREAT diversion. My question is, once she is healed, an I going to be able to put her back into the coop, or is the fact that she is going to be used to warmer temps and have been away from the main flock going to be a problem for her. How do I remedy these things to I can get her back into the main flock ASAP once her back is healed? Thanks!