So around 3:30 this morning, I heard commotion coming from the coop. I joked to my husband that one of our babies were finally crowing and we would know if we have a rooster. Then I thought about it and said, wait...it's too early for them to be up. I went to investigate. There were 2 babies and 2 ladies out in the run "talking up a storm". Unfortunatley, I couldn't understand them, but did see blood on the noses of 2 of the babies and on the ladies, their combs were bleading. I thought I did a thorough head count and checked things out, but later realized that I don't remember seeing Rocky (Our silky bantam) I waited till daylight and went back out, and sure enough, she's gone! I saw a clump of her feathers near the back fence and I guess something dragged her under. We have had chickens for almost 2 years and nothing like this has ever happened! I have no idea what it could be. I have only seen opossims in our yard. What could have gotten into the closed up run and into the coop? I think we're too far from woods for it to be a fox. We are heartbroken...she's fought one heck of a battle throughout her little life...she wasn't originally ours, we adopted her, but she was attacked by the other chickens she lived with and they pecked her tiny head open, and she healed from that and is doing great. I am hoping she's still got some fight in her and I see her walking around the yard later today, but I'm not feeling so confident . Any suggestions on what it could be? I feel like it was a scene out of a movie...just gone!