Hi, One of my hens is recuperating from a bobcat wound that happened three weeks ago(see below if you want all the details). I gave her antibiotics for the first five days, she eats and drinks and even lays an egg every three or four days. She's lost a lot of weight and drinks a lot and is soaking the pine shavings in the crate with watery poop. I know they don't urinate, but she poops only water a lot of the time along with pooping regular poops. I've given her 'super food' along with her regular feed to try and fatten her back up but so far it hasn't worked. She is a three year old, regular sized, mixed breed hen. What should I do? Long story - One of my hens was attacked by a bobcat three weeks ago, I intervened and saw the bobcat run off empty handed. I looked all that day for her but didn't find her until the next morning (thought she probably died overnight). She had a gaping chest wound (not bleeding) that I sprayed with blu-kote and then I fixed up a dog crate for her on my porch. She ate and drank water and even laid an egg that day so thought she was better off than it looked. The following evening when I inspected her (I was out of town that day) her wound was crawling with maggots. I came here to BYC, found a thread and proceeded to clean them out with tweezers and flush the wound. It was the most disgusting thing I've ever done in my life. I gave her antibiotic, and packed the wound with antibiotic ointment twice a day, for five days after that until the tissue started to look healthier. She never stopped eating or drinking, laid that one egg the first week and I've gotten maybe four more these last two weeks.