Hello - We have an 3 yo Americauna hen that was chased out of coop / attacked by raccoon 2 nights ago. She was presumed missing that night because we scoured the yard with flashlights and couldn't find her. The next morning our (very protective) dogs found her and barked for me. I went out and she had wedged herself head first into the corner of the fence down in one of the "hen-made" dust baths. (one of their favorite spots, usually) I examined her right away and she had no apparent injuries, but had her eyes closed. She was strong enough to struggle, but then calmed when she realized she was safe with me. I wrapped her in a towel and brought her inside and put her into a box in a quiet room with a small bowl of sugar water. At first I thought she was keeping her eyes closed because of fear and shock. Then I realized her right eye was swelling. She will let me open her left eye (gently) and she perks up a little when she sees her surrounds. The only thing I've done with right eye is wipe gently with warm water and apply neosporin. She will not eat or drink on her own, she is lethargic and sleeps all day. If I come in and pick her up to feed or tend to her she will respond by struggling first, then quickly calms. I have been feeding her sugar water, thinned yogurt and "mash soup" (her regular layer mash made into an oatmealish mixture). She only eats a little at a time. Makes gurgling sounds after eating for a few minutes, then sleeps from exhaustion. Has pale yellow, soft poo that stays around her vent so that I have to clean her up regularly. Questions: How do I know how much and how often and what to feed her? How do I care for her eye? Does this sound like shock? PS - we spent all day yesterday fortifying the coop to protect our girls from predators.