Hi everyone, I wasn't sure where to post this so if this is the wrong place, I hope someone can move it to the correct place... The other day we found Tallulah on the bottom of the coop, her face in the dirt, making strange noises. By noon the next day, she had passed away. I'm heartbroken. Chick-Chick died due to suspicious circumstances a couple of years ago - broken neck probably by someone hitting her with a stick - and now Tallulah is gone, most likely b/c of a head injury from a fall or flight we missed. I feel like a failure. After raising these hens from chick time, their first months in the house then outside...all that cheeping & laughing & enjoying their personalities...they end up not living a long, happy life. My question is about Sienna. She's Tallulah's sister from the same batch. They've been together since hatching & now Sienna's by herself. Uma is still indoors b/c there's nowhere to put her outside that she can't fly out of & Sienna will attack her. Will Sienna die of loneliness? She's 3 years old. I don't have the time to introduce another hen to her. Any advice is welcome...ty.