We get our chicks Tuesday and the coop isn't quite done yet, so we have some time before the coop will be occupied. What is the best way to test the predator-proofness of the coop? I am thinking of locking it up and leaving an open can of cat food in it overnight, but I don't necessarily want to *attract* predators to the coop since they are used to eating the leftover cat food off our back porch... Good idea? Bad idea? I'd really like to know where the weak links are BEFORE we get the chickens out there... I'm already planning on sleeping out in the run for the first couple nights they are locked in the coop. It'll be a while before I get the web cam set up (no electric out there yet) and I'm not sure the baby monitor signal will be strong enough to get to the house.