Yep, it did. I think we are going to try to save Lizzie. She is in a box in the house right now, and her head is really bloodies and cut up. I think the raccoon was about to give the final bite on her neck but was stopped. I have to share the irony. All of us who have dogs and chickens know we need to keep the dogs away from the chickens. In the middle of the night, my hubbie let the dog, Clementine, go in the backyard to do her thing. From the comforts of my warm bed, I heard the door open, her bolting through the backyard and suddenly barking like a mad dog. Clementine is probably the reason Lizzie is alive. I am doing all the things prescribed in other posts. She is in the house now, quiet and warm. I'll get her some neosporin soon once she settles down some more. I am also making a trip to Home Depot. Thought we had our coop battoned down like Fort Knox, but not so. Any suggestions would be helpful. I know this topic has been covered quite a bit and I have read much of that. I do have a picture. Most of her injuries are to her head. They look like bites. Her eyes are fine, but the coon was definitely going for her neck. I think it was about to give the final blow before our dog intervened. No broken legs or bones, her wings seem fine. I am trying to handle her as little as possible so that if she is in shock, I am not traumatizing her anymore. The bleeding has stopped. I do have a picture if anyone can give some more specifics. I feel like I have been burglarized! We all make such great efforts to keep our coops safe and our homes safe, but it can happen anyway. Ugh!