My husband brought home an old pie safe that he used as a rabbit hutch when he was a child. It was buried in a corner of his chicldhood home's garage. It has been 25 years since it has been touch. It even still had rabbit droppings inside..ewww . It was in pretty bad shape. The legs are rotten and thus uneven and the door had fell off when we tried to open it (rot again). I saw potential. I am converting it to a quarintine/Brooder pen. Today I fixed the screens, cut the shelves. The top level has a nesting box and a roosting pole (once I attach it). The bottom level is where they can scratch around and I'm going to put the food down there also. I put one of my standard hens in to test out the space. Looks like 2 hens will fit nicely. Further ideas..... 1. Feed and water: I would like to find a flat feeder or waterer so I can stick it on the side and they can have more room. An old rabbit feeder will work for food but I need ideas for water. 2. screen the bottom (between the legs and have an access so they have one more level of fun. I could even bring it outside on nice days...like a chicken tractor. 3. Paint....I was thinking of painting it like an old nurses cabinet (white with a red cross) or giving it a country mural. What do you think. any ideas???