My production reds got left in their coop today, unusual, I am usually home to cut them loose for a few hours. I also fed them a watermelon that was pushing it this morning (not quite fit for human consumption but probably ok for chickens). As well as layena. It got to 106 today. they had water. When I got home 4 hens ran out. Number 5 was perched on one of the crossmembers under the coop, and only moved when I chased her off. I immediately dunked all I could get of her into the dog's water twice, to lower her body temp. But she really hasn't perked up. Bad news, I have to be gone for 12 hours or more tomorrow, high temp is 105. I do have a dog crate and could put her in the house in the a/c. Any tips would be appreciated. Her feathers are disordered, and above the base of her tale she does have a lump, between a skin tag and a tumor, 1/4 inch in diameter, maybe 3/8 inch long. I investigated her ruffled feathers between back and tail and found it. Her wings are droopy and she just looks miserable. Other than that and her lethargy, no signs of disease. Nose is fine, eyes appear clear.