Thank you everyone who has left a comment or two. My husband and I are very new to raising chickens and this was indeed a lesson learned!! We have sense re enforced the coop by drilling in wood blocks in the back and inside of the coop where the vent came loose and adding a metal grate 5 x 5 foot run fencing to the back of the coop area as well (predator proof) same as our run.
Ft. Knox has nothing on our coop now!! LOL
My husband and I meet a wonderful woman who breeds Lavender Orpington's she brought them over to our house and we decided to purchase (3) Pullets. (2) are 2 months, (1) is 3 months old.
Beautiful birds, the coloring is amazing. They ran inside the coop all perching together and we kept the very low watt light on all night to help ease the stress of a new environment.
I'm sure it will take them a few days to settle down and ease into their new home.
On a side note:
The night after the killing my husband put a store bought chicken leg in the same location of the coop where it came in along with very large fishing hooks and a few noose's . It came back and did hook itself however it got off the hooks and left a very large bloody mess on the out side of the coop trying to get away so we are hoping it may have struggled so much that it cause some major bleeding from the hooks and is dead from blood loss and or infection.
Even thou we have Ft. Knoxed our coop, we are going this weekend to purchase predator urine and a maybe even a alarm and lighting for the back of the coop area and a owl. What ever it takes to keep the girls safe. I never want to see anything like that again...I feel horrible for what happened, Like my husband said, they were more then just chickens, they were our pets....So sweet.