Hello, You may have seen my posts about my pullet that was attacked by a hawk yesterday. She was bleeding from the mouth for a couple of minutes, but that stopped soon and then she was in shock for many hours after that. This morning, she perked up and started walk, eating, drinking, and peeping. She has been getting better all day and this evening I found her perching up on the corner of the cardboard box where she's been recuperating. That means she can fly and wants to perch. I don't want her away from the others too long because I don't want them to forget her. Just now, I took her back out to the coop and put her with the others and sat with them for at least a half an hour. They seemed to treat her fine and like she had never left. She ate from the feeder, drank from the waterer, and then snuggled up in a bunch of them under the brooder lights (they're seven weeks old and almost done with the lights, but it still gets cold some nights here). There seemed to be no problems. How long until I can be sure they won't beat her up for being gone and/or hurt? She has no external injuries and pretty much seems like her old self. Can she stay in there all night? Might they start to beat up on her after a delay? Any advice is needed so I can decide whether I can leave her out in the coop tonight or not. Thanks!