I'm having trouble reintegrating a bird, Molly, who was separated after an injury. The other 8 girls and silkie roo won't accept her again. The backstory: Molly was injured by several months ago and her flockmates pecked her injury until I got home from work. I didn't think she'd live because it was so deep. I separated her to let her fully heal. She is one of my originals who spent her first year with her 3 other Polish sisters. They had never had a rooster until the second year. The second year, I got 7 more various breed chickens (EE, buff, red star, silkies, Cochin). When she was injured, the new girls were still young. One turned out to be a roo. He's a cool dude but the original Polish girls don't care for him much. Anyway, Molly is an extremely small Polish and afraid of the rooster. I have had Molly in a small coop right next to the regular coop so everyone can see and be near each other. They are still not accepting her. They chase after her and try to kill her when I put them together. It's really just her original Polish sisters, the red star and the roo who are doing it. I've put the silkies and Cochin in the small coop with her as a short trial to see how they get along and no problem. Any further advise on how to get these birds to get along? I can't leave her alone on her own over winter - she'll freeze to death on our many double negative digit nights without a snuggle buddy. I really don't want a chicken coop in my basement!