I have chickens. I live in California in residential area. I wanted to join the forum because I need help. Last night a raccoon got one of my chickens. The chickens were locked up. My cage is metal and bar like thus it does have small openings. Anyway, the raccoon managed to pull my chicken's wing out of the small opening in the bars and ATE THE WING COMPLETELY BARE. All that is left is the bone just hanging there. Amazingly, the chicken seems ok (other than no wing and bare bone hanging..yuck). She came out of the cage walking and ate right away and drank. Laid an egg as well. I'm wondering what to do now. I can't just leave the bone hanging there. Can we cut off the bone at a logical spot? Is it a matter of just cutting it with some kind of clippers? I don't want to hurt it more. Is there feeling still in the bone? I assume the chicken can still live with one wing assuming it doesn't get infected. Obviously, the wing is not going to grow back. Assuming the chicken stays healthy, I need to do something about the bone protruding out and hanging there. Any ideas?? Anyone run into something like this?