Hello! Any insight, advice or suggestions are MUCH appreciated. Thank you so much in advance! We live in Chicago and a little over a week ago our coop was attacked by something in the night. It got in by prying open the bottom of the door to the run which had a lock on the top (a very tight space). It killed our Silkie and dragged her body outside of the coop. We found her in the morning in the bushes, headless but with nothing else eaten. My husband said that our Goldlace Wyandotte seemed shaken up and in shock that morning, but both her and our Buff Orpington didn't suffer any injuries. We were on vacation for a week with our tenant watching the chickens to make sure they had enough food/water and collect eggs. Both haven't been laying and our tenant report that the chickens haven't been coming out of the coop to eat/drink. Upon returning today, it was clear that there is something wrong with the Wyandotte. She is walking around off balance, frequently falling over and catching herself with her wing or trying to counterbalance by tucking her backside. The oddest part is her posture, he head is tucked way back and to one side. I gave her water by hand which she drank. I tried to feed her mealworms and she did not want them - which is super odd. I gave both her and the Orpington corns of cob from the garden and they didn't touch them - also very strange since usually they eat them down to a skeleton in minutes. I then mashed up the corn in a food processor and added some water, I was able to hand feed this to her but she seemed to have trouble to depth and how to actually got her beak to it. I saw her drinking water and having the same off balance/depth perception issue. She tried to scratch around in the fresh hay I laid down and it was so sad to see her falling down and with her neck all tucked back. I felt around her crop and it is squishy just like the Buff Orpington's. I extended her neck a bit and saw no wounds, everything looked normal. I saw her shaking her head/body like normal (only falling down instead) and scratching her beak to get corn off like normal (except of the lose of balance). Her eating even seemed off (besides the balance issue), with her tongue sticking out/having difficulty navigating into her mouth - thought I suppose this could all be a part of the balance. Could it be that while we were away she didn't eat or drink anything because of the stress of the attack and is extremely dehydrated and malnourished? Could that have caused another health issue? Or is this something completed unrelated? REALLY would love to hear your thoughts on this - her posture and balance are really concerning and I don't want her to pass too. Thank you so much !