Last night, our australorp pullet "Roxy" was acting slightly lethargic, today I went to let her and the other chickens out, and she sat there for a minute, then slowly walked outside. About 3 hours ago, I went outside to get the birds inside for the night, and there she was, not moving at all. She is a feisty one and usually runs away from you, and does not particularly like to be held...but she did not run from me, and never fussed when I picked her up... so I ran inside with her, telling mom "this bird is dying". So, we got our emergency chicken cage out, set it up in the house, and placed her inside. She has been laying down the whole time, and hasn't stood up. She was drinking tons of water when we first put her in the cage. but now she isn't drinking a thing. She wont eat, either. She keeps getting really hot, or really cold. so we have a heat pad or cold water just in case. We made her homemade electrolytes that we found on the internet (which she has drank quite a bit of). I went to check on her, and I can hear her intestines making loud noises. She is very responsive to sound and touch, and is able to move her head and blink. And the poor soul "bock bock"s at me when I'm not petting her or when i walk away. When she pooped about 2 hours ago, it was white liquid with green chunks in it (yep, I almost barfed) I looked up her symptoms, and feces type on the internet, and found all the symptoms and poo matched "clostridium perfringens". I'm not sure what to do at this point, I don't want her to die... please help This is not Roxy's poop, but I found this picture of poo from a chicken suffering from CP...it looks EXACTLY identical to what she passed earlier.