We heard, but did not see a commotion below the barn. The hens all came running to us gabbling. We counted heads and all were accounted for, but one of the Golden Laced Wyandottes had some stray feathers. This is a photo of one of the two places were we discovered feathers. These were near where they take their dust baths. If a cat had pounced on her and she shook it off close to the barn would the attack leave two distinct areas of feather loss? Poor girl. We were observing for awhile afterward and saw one of our goats reach down and pull a few feathers from the back of our other Golden Laced Wyandotte. It's hard to imagine that the goat would pull feathers in that quantity, but I don't know what to think (except I am considering rehoming the goat!) Any suggestions? Thank you!