She is a young rhode island red hen about 3 months old. I didn't expect her to be alive in the morning of July 21 but she was. I had to cut off the yellow part of her foot , there was no drumstick bone and the leg was dangling. I fed her banana and gave her antibiotic water, yellow powder. I soaked her in betadine at first but now the wound is dry and scabbed over, no infection, but it seems to be drawing up and shrinking and the bone is sticking out about half inch from what is left of the thigh, also a small tendon and an even smaller one sticking out a bit. The bone is dry and hollow, broken on a diagonal. She is eating and pooping a lot. At first she sat down but now she balances on the good leg and seems to be getting stronger, few days ago she started hopping about 2 or 3 times to get to the food. She is in my bathtub with lots of newspaper. I think this chicken diaper would make things cleaner. She is getting somewhat dirty, should I give her a bath? Do they really work? Where and what to get? Will she heal or do I need to somehow cut or snip the bone off?? The humane society told me that she is suffering and will get a massive infection from the bone and use her wing for balance and it will get maggots. She makes sweet happy chicken sounds and stands up almost every time I go in the bathroom, and starts eating. It seems to me that she is going to make it, so what to do next? Does she need to go to a vet and have the leg removed completely or can she heal with a stump? The vet wants $75 just to see her and the humane society thinks I should surrender the chicken to them. I have invested a lot of time to care for her and hope for a decent quality of life for her. I appreciate your advice as this has been a huge ordeal.