So my buns have been happily hanging out in their stacked cages in my garage since I started in November. But the garage is getting too hot for them now, so we're working on a spot to get them into the backyard for the summer. What things do I need to consider, other than our plans below? We have a walkout yard on the east side of the house. There is a large two-story apple tree next to our porch/patio that we are planning to put the buns under, but I think they'll still need further sun/rain protection, so we will build something like a covered lean-to with a tarp front I can roll down. But in the meantime, can we just tarp the cages? The spot gets early morning sun, but by the afternoon heat is fully shaded by house and tree. Good airflow, and the tree will provide shelter from rain/hail until we get a better roof on. My doe is due to kindle in two weeks. Should I move her cage as well, or keep her in the garage with a fan and ice bottles when hot? Also, I know we have neighborhood coons. The cages have wire latches, which I would think would be sturdy enough. Will I need to secure them further? Could a coon tip stacked cages?