Came home around 5 pm yesterday while it was still daylight. No livestock. Finally found the rooster near the porch rafters, muttering to himself. Found bits of black fluff which we figured was the roosters month old chick, but then a piece of it moved and we found the whole chick under it. He fussed loudly for hours afterwards. Ran to the back porch and the bunny and cage were missing and the sawhorses were dismantled (it had all been laced together with close line and was no longer even attached to the porch column. We found the cage about 30 feet away towards the woods. The bunny's tail was the only intact thing we found. The chicks cage had been been split apart at the wire seams and punched in. I had really wrestled with that roll of fencing to get it in a circle with in an old coffee table. I had wrapped it around itself twice and had a kiddie pool strapped over the circle for a lid. The pool was still in place. We never found the other chick. Whatever it was never made much noise as my roommate was home with the flu and never heard a thing. The dog came back that night, shaking. We found one live goose this morning at a neighbor"s about a mile away. We had lost 4 older chicks a week before and thought we had beefed up our caging arrangement since then. My kids won't even go outside now. They think it may be somewhere on the 20 acres waiting for them.