Hi, all: I just went out to secure the coop for the night, and our 6-month old Lakenvelder had been attacked. She was roosting with the other hens when I found her, and there is blood on the shavings under her and on the rung of the roosting box below. She appears to have a wound to her chest/breast and maybe her face - she was tending to the feathers near the wound so I couldn't tell where the blood on her face had come from. The other 12 - all Orpingtons - were fine. The big question is what do I do tonight? Do I leave her be for the night and plan to treat her wound in the morning, or do I try to wrangle her and bring her in the house for the night? And if I bring her in the house for the night, what do I do with her and where do I keep her? My fella thinks she's gonna want an enclosure tall enough to roost in -- I was thinking a cat carrier should work. Thanks for your advice!