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Hey guys! Long time no see.

So it's winter here in Texas, and while it isn't super cold here, it's getting very nippy, and the heater in the dorm isn't good enough to really heat the room. It's getting worked on, but I'm worried my furry friends are getting cold.

How can I keep them warm? Are there warm foods I can give them to help?

I heard they can have warmed almond milk, I have some vanilla almond milk in the fridge but I'm worried the vanilla will have too much sugar for them.
 

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I have an office foot warmer that I put underneath the cage. When it turns on, it radiates a bit of heat that can be felt in that area of the cage. I also have tons of fleece and places for the lot of them to snuggle up in.
 
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