Any advice or success stories or hugs would be appreciated! I've hatched in small batches in these incubators dozens of times. This has never happened before. (Need hugs, not berating here.) I had 2 Brinsea Mini Advances each with 3 eggs in them. I had a hatch start this morning of two sizzles (splash & black). One chick had hatched in each batch. My office door is always closed, but doesn't always latch d/t door frame not being squared. I checked & found 2 peeps at 6 am. I checked them again at 7 am. At 8 am I walked past my door & heard the 'bator alarm going off. I came in & one of the 'bators, which is shut inside a wicker cabinet, was out on the floor upside down, with two eggs on the carpet and the chick goone! My dd went upstairs and found the chick on the hallway floor, not moving. Age of chick: <6 hours Breed: Silkie/cochin (Sizzle) What happened that may have caused the situation. Mild mauling by cat. Chick was cold (on LVR floor, about 75 F) & nearly unresponsive. After 5 minutes of holding started moving & cheeping. Eyes remained shut. Is there any bleeding, injury, broken bones or other sign of trauma. Two tooth would marks on back, not bleeding. A little yellowish fluid (yolk or peritoneal fluid?) is leaking from the belly, and the chick is cheeping & dragging itself along. Legs look fine, but belly seems to be hurting. What has been the treatment you have administered so far? After 5 minutes of warming with my hands, in a paper towel, I put the chick under the full-term broody hen I have had in my house for days to brood my chicks. In a half hour the chick dragged itself out from Mama who ignored it in favor of the other chick (bad sign), and put it in a clean, dry Brinsea Mini with a paper towel on the bottom, and no water. I spritzed the chick's belly with a little Brinsea Disinfectant (surfactants & amines) & water, then dried off in a few minutes. Thought this would be better than Neosporin, as it is a puncture wound and needs to discharge. If you have a picture of the wound or condition, please post it. It may help. I've taken pictures, as the chick is now in an incubator, but they don't show too much. It's cheeping strongly as I write, so that shows it's got good spirit right now. Any other suggestions for topical medications? It's not at the eating stage yet, as it's only 6 hours old & in shock. Could try to give it an antibiotic orally, but that might shock it more. PS, the Brinsea Advance which was tipped upside down was full of water, and this seems to have damaged the computer & thermostat into not working. It doesn't function at all when plugged in. Oy!!!