We had an incident last night. Our door that leads to our front porch has been not working lately. If it isn't checked, the cat has been able to push it open. She's been trying to get out there to go after the squirrels which have invaded after the chicken feed. We have 5 chickens living on our porch. 3 silkies and 2 Buff Orpingtons. Two are roosters, they are all about 5 months. I went to sleep early. My husband was out late. Around 9:30 last night I heard a noise. We've had a couple raccoons trying to get in, so we've been sleeping lightly in case they try anything with the chicks. I listened, but didn't hear anything else, so I started to drift back off to sleep. I hear another little bang and some chick commotion. I jumped out of bed, ran down the hallway..and the door was open to the front porch. I go out and the roof of the chick hutch is caved in (my husband made the hutch so the silkies can live there indefinitely, the Orps need to leave this week) so the roof wasn't meant to hold something on the roof. I pulled up the roof and went to check and see if everyone was ok from the roof caving in and....my cat is inside the hutch, just chilling in the back. She just says, "Meeooww?" and looks at me, like, "what?" I got her out and checked the chickens all over, no noticeable damage. I think that she either realized she made a big mistake and left them alone, or bit at them once, got some feathers and gave up when she heard me coming. I'm glad nothing happened. I'm not sure how I'd feel about the cat if she got a hold of one of the chicks. My husband is out fixing the hutch now so that it is predator (and housecat) proof.