I have a White Leghorn, she is about 3 years old. We are in Oklahoma and the heat index was pretty high yesterday. I made sure that they were watered down and had cold water and frozen treats. My leghorn was not herself yesterday afternoon, a little lethargic and somewhat unresponsive. She didn't run away when I came to her. Her comb was droopy and she was making this whining noise. I dunked her twice in a 5 gallon bucket to bring her out of it, but there was little change. She was still the same last night, so I brought her in the house for awhile to cool off. Tried to give her some scratch and water, she refused. She wanted back outside and went into the coop at bedtime. This morning she is a little better, her comb is bright red but still droopy. She has been drinking water this morning and I managed to get her to eat some scrambled eggs, but she is still not herself. Her poop is watery and clear with white in it. Is she still overheated?