This morning a VERY large tomcat attacked one of our RIR roosters. The cat belongs to the neighbors living about 300 yards from the house. I was going down the driveway to get the newspaper, and saw it just as the fight started. The rooster got a lot of his neck area torn up, baring a pretty large area right down to the skin. I cleaned off the wound, put on some Neosporin, and am keeping him comfortable in a large box inside the house. I know that he went in to shock, as he is very lethargic, and sleeping except when we pick him up. His breathing while sleeping is steady, and he attempts to stand up every now and then, but for the most part he is just sleeping away. If we pick him up and put water up to his beak, he will drink a bit, but as soon as we lay him down it is lights out. This has been going on for about 8 hours. He's just at 5 months old, and up until the attack a real hoss. Is there anything else we could be doing for him? We also don't know if we should let him sleep as much as possible, or try to keep him awake every now and then. Any suggestions will be welcome. Thanks!