Happy new year! I unfortunately have had my golden laced wydandotte isolated in a crate for the last 48 hours. I noticed her spending a lot of time in the nest box and hanging out in the corner of the run last week. She is 7.5 months old had has not started laying yet, so I was thinking she might be starting to explore and not feeling quite right because her first egg was on the way. However, she seemed to just get worse, so I finally brought her inside to check her out. We do have a neighbor's outdoor cat that comes around from time to time and I believe the cat may have attacked her one day last week. I walked out to check on everyone (they were free ranging in the yard) and found a small pile of Marky Mark feathers (the golden laced). I checked her over and there were no cuts, scratches, blood, just a few pulled feathers. This has happened to one other hen who was fine as well minus some feather loss. Symptoms so far: -Puffed feathers -Not a lot of interest in food, water, or moving around -Can stand, but prefers to sit -Somewhat lethargic, not to the point of falling asleep constantly. She is generally alert when I go in to check on her -Mostly white poop the first day, today mostly white and green, one bright green poop, some yellow. A mix between water and mixture, but far from the normal looking white/brown solid What I have checked for: -Egg bound, hubby stuck his finger in to feel around, there was no egg -Feet are find -No oozing anywhere -No labored breathing, rasping, or wheezing What I have done so far: -electrolytes and vitamins in water -Electrolyte mixed with food mash -Warm bath -Dropper water throughout the day to make sure she is getting something -Offered food, she takes sometimes. It does look like she is pecking at it every now and then but not much I am at a loss. I have seen no blood in her stool. There is no sign of worms in her poop. There are no signs of mites or lice. I have antibiotics, corid, and wormer on hand. Should I start one of these or wait it out? Thanks for the advice!