I love my birds and love wildlife so I keep my birds in a very secure coop and run. I got home today to find all my cats really anxious to get in the house. After letting them in and the dogs out, my chihuahua found a freshly dug hole under the perimeter fence. I then noticed LOTS of damage to the chicken coop and run. The chain link was slightly twisted in certain areas, the welded wire dig-in guard was tore up on two sides and there is many dents in the hardware cloth over the windows. Whatever it was also climbed around on the top of the pen and damaged the wire on the top. My little d'anvers were frozen in fear under the coop and my silkie roo was acting unusually aggressive. Amazingly all my predator proofing paid off and I had no casualties today! The adjacent duck and goose run was completely untouched. The size of the hole under the fence is fox sized but most wild animals won't waste so much energy unless they are starving. Everybody is safely locked away in the coop for the night but I am wondering what will happen tomorrow while I am at work. I am tempted to go check my trail camera...... What could have done this?