Coop is almost chook-ready. I've been obsessive about designing and building for protection from predators. At this point I believe the 'weakest' part of the coop is the siding. Windows and doors are so fortress-like I am confident about them. I know predators can be surprising, so I am wondering if anyone has experienced problems with predators trying to claw/rip through the walls themselves? I'm considering adding 1/4" hardware cloth to the inside of the coop, attaching it securely to the framing (coop doesn't have insulation or interior wallboard at this time; don't plan on it unless after close monitoring this winter I decide it would be in the best interest of the hens to add it). Just another level of security in the unlikely (?) event something does get through the wall, it will then encounter another 'wall' of hardware cloth. What do you think?