Last night I was woken by horrible sounds from our garden, raccoons had managed to grab one of my sleeping chickens by the neck through a little hole in their coop I had never noticed before. It was trying to rip her head off, I walked up to it screaming at it to let go, and it just carried on until I hit it with a plank of wood, it was so determined it was going to get her it had no fear of me. We are in the suburbs so they are more accustomed to humans than a country raccoon might me. The chicken now has a very droopy neck, can barely hold her head up, and one of her eyes is closed up tight like she has a shiner. I have been dropper feeding her sips of water since last night. She cannot seem to stand up on her own, just hunches into the corner and falls backwards with no support. What are her odds of survival? I don't know whether to have her put to sleep, or continue to try and feed her and see if she recovers, I'm worried she has a spinal injury. The raccoon was huge, had to be at least thirty pounds, and was trying to pull her head through a small space, so you can imagine she has either terribly strained muscles or something is dislocated. Any advice is appreciated.