, When I got home from work yesturdy my silkie roo Chester was outside, it was cold out, he should not have come out? For some reason if it is above 33 degrees they think the trap door should be open for their conveinence even if it is just to peek outside. Upon futher inspection as I got closer Chester was dirty and I'm sure it was my EE roo Frankie that yanked out his beautiful top knot feathers . So I brung the poor fella in and gave him a bath cleaned his bloody 'lil' noggin put on some neosporin on it and let him rest. He slept and rested all night no peep out of him. He is not interested in eating at all and will only drink if I dip his beak in the water he sounds kinda rattily when he drinks and smacks his mouth alot ( I have never really absurbed how my silkies sound when they drink so I don't know if that is normal ). I turned the big light on this morning and he woke right up crowing, preening himself, but still not interested in food or water, I did put some terrimyicin in his water just in case he was catching cold from being in the cold weather (with no hat on). I guess he was roughed up and is still sore and doesn't want to move a whole lot just stand and preen and crow. I think he will be all right, but my hubby thinks I should put his lovely lady wife with him in hopes that he will eat and drink with her, perhaps he is lonely and depressed without his only friend. Do y'all think it would be okay to put them together or just bring her in to get him to eat and drink then take her back out I noticed she is lonely without him too.. or should I keep him away from her until he gets to movin' more and eatin' and drinkin' on his own. I need some help please I have never had any chicken brutality in my flock before now. These roos have grown up together ?