This bird was attacked by a hawk yesterday. There is a gash on it's back about an inch long all the way through the skin to the meat. I did not treat the wound yesterday because I did not see it and thought the bird was OK after I scared the hawk off of it. It was acting funny today and I picked it up and saw the wound, and I have poured betadine on it and put globs of neosporin in it. I noticed it was not eating well and not moving very much, just standing in the coop by itself. All it's friends are active and have a full craw, this one is doing nothing and has an empty craw. It let out a pure white milky poop and last time I had a bird do that it died a few hours later. It has not pooped since and that was 5-6 hours ago. The others went to bed and this one just kept standing up so i brought it inside and sat it on the hearth. It literally has not moved from that spot in 3 hours. It did eat some but is otherwise just catatonic. This is unusual because these are standard hyperactive pullets that usually run all over the place. Is this normal after an attack and will the bird shake out of it? Should I give it a penicillin shot? Thanks for any advice.