I while ago, I posted about our poor silkie, Soup. (https://www.backyardchickens.com/forum/viewtopic.php?id=414017&p=2). She is nine months old. She has been pecked by the other chickens, so I removed her and put her in the tub in our spare bathroom with paper shavings, food and water to recover. She seemed to be doing well and we were talking about getting our other silly back and moving her outside again until this morning. We woke up, and she was screaming. She had been sleeping in her poop and her vent was stuck shut. We put her in a warm bath, and cleared the obstruction. Then another large poop appeared and we sprayed it with warm water until it crumbled up enough and she passed it. She seemed to still be pushing, so we gave her a warm water enema to try and soften up anything else that was in there. We added electrolytes to her water. Her crop feels empty. When we put her back in the tub after gently blow drying her, she kind of listed over and fell asleep. She lets us pick her up with no struggle at all. I tried moving near and putting her on her feet, but she slowly fell over and closed her eyes. Her eyes and alert when she is awake and she can move her head around. When I dipped her beak in water, she drank. She has slow rhythmical breathing while sleeping. She has stopped making distressed sounds. She has had layer pellets, raisins and maybe a little bit of celery to eat in the last few days. No bedding and no access to anything other that fresh water. She has been inside for almost a month. .... So what do we do? I'm worried about the listless behavior. Is this a waiting game?