Earlier today, we were celebrating our first eggs. Now, we're very sad (my wife won't stop sobbing). When she opened the door to the coop to give them more water, a few of them escaped out into the barn. two of them hung out by the hay, but Dolly, our young cockerel, wandered off into the opposite corner of the barn where we have a rat trap. In just a split second, he ran over and set it off. It didn't trap him, I guess his reactions were too fast, but we're pretty sure the force of it broke his neck. He's indoors now, and he has some movement of his head, some labored breathing, and a tiny bit of movement and his feet, but his neck is definitely crooked (it was bent all the way back at first). Is there anything we should be doing? If you can miraculously recover, we want to do everything we can to give them that possibility. If these are his last hours, we want to make him as comfortable as possible. Of course we both feel incredibly guilty. My wife feels terrible because she lost sight of him for just a second, although I doubt she would've been able to catch him in time. I feel awful because I'm the one that put the trap there. I was trying to protect them, and instead it ended up probably killing my only baby boy chicken. He's had a great 22 1/2 weeks, from the time we discovered he was "a little different" and that we might have a boy our hands, all the way to now, it's been a joy, a comedian, and sometimes a royal pain in the you know what. Thanks for listening and for any advice.