Hello all. My seven week old babies have been in their outdoor coop and run for the past two weeks. We lock them in the coop at night. I will be leaving for 10 days and my husband will be home with the chickens. He will be gone at work all day, they will be in the run. He will be locking them up at night. I am nervous about leaving them in the run all day (normally the kids and I are home). We live in a neighborhood, but have coons, opossum, coyotes and fox in the adjacent forest preserve. Will you please critique our run and let me know if you think it is safe? back of run. Probably the most vulnerable, the chicken wire is screwed on with washers and wood screws. The rock in the corner covers a hole that is covered with hardware cloth that is screwed to the side of the shed. Top of run in the back. We are planning to extend the run in a few months, and the piece of plywood is a temporary roof that tucks under the actual roof on the rest of the coop. back of run from outside side of run. the landscape timbers are anchored by 18 inch stakes. inside of run. The hardware cloth is screwed on, then 1x2's are screwed on top. front of run. The door has two locks, that can be locked with a key. front of run. I posted a question about this yesterday, but did not include pictures. Thanks for being patient with my insane worry that something is going to attack the babies (who my kids now adore) while I am gone.