Hi. Have appreciated the info I've learned from these forums as a new-ish chicken keeper (2 yrs). Hoping someone can help me solve a mystery with my poor little Wyandotte, Shirley. She's had a rough time now seems to have taken a bad turn and I am at a loss for a diagnosis because there are so many variables involved. Thanks in advance for reading this long post -- I tried to document the situation as clearly as possible. Friday we had a scare in the chicken run, when a hawk showed up. I heard a commotion and caught a glimpse of it flying up out of the run into a nearby tree. I ran out an found Shirley lying on her side in tight space against the fence wall of the coop. Our other two chickens were hiding inside the coop. I examined everyone and there was no blood or obvious injury. I set Shirley in the coop and she just stood there, stunned. I got out some treats and she perked up for a moment, but stumbled going for them, then appeared to regain her balance, but moved very slowly for the rest of the day and mostly just stood around looking almost catatonic. That night I checked on them and she was sleeping in a nest box. (Not unusual, she took to doing that after a hard molt this fall -- I suspected the other chickens started bullying her off the roost). In the morning I went out to check on the chickens and found the two outside in their protected run. Shirley was laying on her side, legs out in the coop. I thought she was dead!, but when I opened door I saw that her eyes were open and her legs were trembling. I scooped her up in a cardboard box with some straw and brought her inside to warm up and examine more closely for injury. She is VERY thin with very prominent keel bone. Her legs and wings seemed fine (she didn't react in pain to handling). She seemed to perk up a little once she was warm and she would eat and drink when we presented food and water to her. (We've been putting Sav-A-Chick vitamin/electrolyte in her water.) She wasn't really moving around at all. She'd either sit or stand in her nest and that's about it. I darkened the room so she would sleep. We monitored her for a day with pretty much no change. She pooped a bit, but not a lot and we coaxed her to eat and drink a few times. Yesterday, she seemed maybe slightly better, but still, slow, weak and wobbly. She still wasn't seeking out food and water on her own, only when we presented her with it (she'd go vigorously for sunflower seeds and meal worms). I decided to check out her butt area for problems. I wanted to rule out vent gleet as we may have had a touch of it last fall, (which we treated at the time with a bath, ACV and yogurt). She had lots of poop stuck to her from, presumably from sleeping in the nest box and her skin looked terribly red. Because of the apparent irritation, I decided to bathe her. That went well and after she was dried her skin looked better and her vent appeared normal. After washing her legs and feet I noticed one small hard black spot on each foot that could be bumblefoot... but that doesn't seem to be enough to cause her current condition. Today is about the same. She doesn't stand tall -- she's kind of crouched and holds her head and neck low. I tried to examine her crop, but she's so bony I can't tell what I"m feeling. She's not laying, and hasn't for weeks due presumably to the molting. Though, the 2 other chickens (which look and behave absolutely healthy) haven't been laying either. I suspect that's just because we are in Michigan, so it's cold and days are short. They stopped for a while (not this long) last winter, too. I've read about every possible ailment in the forums but with with the rough several weeks she's had it's hard to pin anything down for certain. Is she just in shock from the hawk attack? Or is there something more systemic going (digestive issues?) Can anyone offer advice? Thank you so much!