Whenever we have encountered a Spray Foam Insulation operator, or a product representative, they seem to avoid the main question: Where does water go when a leak happens when you have spray foam insulation?
WATER is a major conducive condition for termites. What you see in the pictures above is what happens when there is a water leak in an attic with spray foam insulation. In this particular case, some 4-legged creature(s) (possum, racoon, host of squirrels, etc.) had been making their homes in the insulation. Clearly, it also had some major blood loss. There were more than 7 spots in the house where water leaked in and resulted in the blood splatter you see above.
We did not take a picture of where the water had collected between the paint and the drywall. We were afraid the flash would make the enormous tear drop full of water explode. Really!