Hi, Yesterday morning I found one of my moms hens, Pox, laying facedown in the back of the coop. I thought she was dead. She must have been there for 1-2 days. I only couldn’t 5 the day before. They have a big fenced area I figured one must have been off doing other things. I am just chicken sitting for my mom while she is out of town. I know nothing about hens. Yesterday when I found her she was breathing’s but not moving or opening her eyes. I put her in a big box with rags and hay. I placed her in a small dark room inside with a space heater. I gave her maybe one CC of water with a syringe every hr and by night she was drinking water alone. Still, I woke her up each hr and she’d start drinking more water on her own. Pox will put her head in the water and the flip her head back and open her beak. Is that normal? Survived the night! I tried feeding her eggs this morning (as somone said to do that online) and she might have eaten some... it was hard to tell. I’m using an old cat food can for water (it’s the lowest to the ground I could find) and today she’s drank 2 of them. Current symptoms: -still very lethargic, eyes open more now. -floppy -in and out of sleep -won’t walk or stand -head shakes sometimes -no new poop -vent covered in poop -stuff keeps sticking to her saliva coming out of her beak -one foot curled up the other relaxed out -seems no injury She’s less than a year old. I’m not sure the bread, but lays blue eggs. She almost lays an egg everyday while the other hens do not. The last few weeks no hens have been laying eggs. All the other hens are fine. The temperature is dropping here from 40s to 20-30s. The hens get chicken feed, corn every night, oyster shells and crushed up egg shells when the pile runs out, and basically all the peels and uneaten produce. Any help on how to make her more comfortable would greatly be appreciated! She seems less in pain than yesterday but still not very comfortable or better. I’m unsure if I should give her a bath.