We are leaving for vacation for 10 days. We have 5 ladies that we adore that we want to be sure will be totally safe. A girlfriend will be dropping by daily to check on the babies and ensure they have plenty of water and food (we live in Florida so the heat at the moment gets into the 90's during the day). Our dilemma is whether or not to leave the coop door open while we're gone. The heat WILL be excruciating and although we have a girlfriend coming by every day I worry about the ladies fighting with each other due to being kept in the coop. We have a Rhode Island who gets a little sassy if she's not let out first thing in the morning (she started crowing this morning! hahaha!) and one of our silkies has a little bit of a stunted growth due to having wry neck (she's cured atm but she is the runt now - and at the bottom of the pecking order). I fear for her safety if she's locked up with the others! There IS a 10 x 10 x 6 run that is around the coop with a secure top... aaaaaaaaah! suggestions?