I have a little Serama hen that has been broody for a couple of weeks now, I tried to move her and the first clutch of eggs to a bin lined with straw, but she jumped out and abandoned the eggs. So I moved her back to the coop with the flock and this cured her for about 3 days, then she started hoarding eggs again and disrupting my daily collection. So I've moved her again, this time to a cat carrier, which she seems to like. Its lined with the familiar pine shavings she was used to in the coop. I have a chick waterer and feeder inside the carrier with her, and since she's holed up in the corner with her 8 eggs she doesn't seem to be crowded. But she is pooping up the shavings and I'm worried that if I move her and the eggs again to clean out the carrier she'll abandon the eggs again and I'll have to put them in the incubator, which is already going on her first clutch she abandoned. Would it be too disruptive if I used one of those litter box scoopers/sifters and just scooped out her droppings? Would that be enough to keep things sanitary for the developing chicks? She's been in there for about 5 days, the carrier is in a room I heat at night for chicks of various ages, very cozy during this cold weather. This is a picture of her with the first clutch, she is so cute in her determination.