So, the other morning (4:30 a.m.), as I was letting my dogs back inside before going out to do chores, I heard a HORRIBLE scream. It sounded like a seriously injured cat. I rushed out, thinking I'd find one of my barn cats near death, but instead found one of my hens (who had somehow been left out of the coop the night before) standing just outside my mini barn. I picked her up and she started SCREAMING like I've never heard an animal scream before. I calmed her down and could see something had attacked her head, but couldn't see the extent of the injury. I put her in a nest box in the coop, thinking she would pass before I returned from work that evening. When I got home from work I went to do chores, sure I would find her lifeless. Miraculously, she was very much alive and on the floor of the coop. I could see that she basically has no face----her beak is a mess and I think unuseable....I took her inside the house, bathed her, wrapped her in a towel and placed her in a small dog crate in my bathroom. I figured she needed rest and left her there for the night. During the night I got up to check on her and she had gotten out of the crate and gone into my shower where she was resting. Last night I made her a liquid food (baby rice cereal, 2 raw eggs, pumpkin, corn syrup, a soy oil, evaporated milk, nonfat dry milk, water and antibiotic). She ate 4 syringes full along with several syringes of water. She ate the same amount this morning. My question is, should I have her humanely euthanized as she'll never have a normal life and will need fed like this forever? I've attached 2 photos of a rooster found in Thailand in the same condition last year. Monks adopted him and I believe he is still living with them.