Our 4 year old white rock hen decided to molt two weeks ago. This week she has very few feathers and today our temperatures were -10F (after over a week of temps mostly below zero). During most of this cold snap our Buff Orpington hen was keeping the white rock warm underneath her wing or even sitting on her to keep her warm (I know, it's weird). But then this afternoon, my husband found the white rock nearly unresponsive in the coop and brought her into the house. He had to leave a few hours ago and at that time she was shivering badly and, he thought, in poor shape. I just got home and she is responsive at this point. She even pecked at me and bit my finger when I gave her some warm oatmeal. Not sure if she will eat it. At this point I see nothing wrong with her other than crankiness (but that is normal). She has pinfeathers coming in all over her body, so I know she needs a lot of protein. Is there anything else I can do to help her? I can keep her in the house until we are above 0F at least or even warmer. Or until her feathers grow in. I am just not sure what else I can / should do for her. Any advice?