Maybe i've mentioned it before, but my bun, due to crampedness indoors, is forced to live "outside," in a shed. His cage is in its most windless corner and most of the wind has been blocked when we added strong plastic on the open walls. The door is covered with a blanket. We have also put a fat blanket on his cage, but it's become moist, i guess? Not really warm anymore, and we have no place to dry it either. The shed has no electricity, heat source or anything like that. I do come in with warm water every morning and evening, even when he has normal water all the time, but his ear(tip)s are still very cold. He doesn't get the "burrow into hay" thing either, in fact, it could clog up his toiletry area. Our pet stores don't sell heating pads(wonder why they have cooling pads then) and he's chewed many holes into bottles with warm water. He's eaten fabrkc covering them, too. Now i'm at a loss of what to do. Currently it's -3°C but when true winter comes, it can drop to -18°C and can get as cold as -25°C They used to go up to negative 30 but y'know-global warming! I reckon that now is already a little too late to bring him in for winter, should've thought about it when it was warmer than 5°C Note that our average room temperature is too hot- 22-26°C Any tips?