See Hes wrote:
Here in Thailand the chicken would have been most likely ended up in a Soup (without the infected leg)
Also that the Thai Chickens are pretty aggressive and never would thank you by creating a bond to it's rescuer would leave only that option.
I am very interested how your chicken is now boded to you?
Is there any sign that she comes trustfully running towards you, or more the "Oh heck, there she comes again and want to hurt me with these bad tasting and smelling creams." reaction.
Thanks for your query.
My initial consideration was to kill the bird, but I could recognise in her the will to live, which is why I gave it a try.
The chickens that I breed are quite wild if they are not handled, but become rather tame if handled often.
The chicken has rewilded completely at this point and I cannot distinguish her from the other chickens.
The leg has completely healed and refeathered so I cannot even distinguish her by the wound.
She is slightly more talkative than the other chickens when I go in the coop to close up in the evening and I can identify her chirp.