Hi guys, The weather where I am has been intense lately. The temperature will be in the thirties one day and below zero the next. One of these days will have a high of 39 and a low of -4. One of the below-zero nights, I brought in my tiny silkie hen. She doesn't sleep on the roost with the others, she'll only sleep in her bucket on the floor of the coop. Since she sleeps alone, I got worried and brought her in for the night. She has been inside for the past two days because it has been crrrrrazy cold outside and I'm afraid she's too timid to snuggle with the others. Now the temperature will be in the high 20's today, supposedly will be in the thirties tomorrow, and I'd like to put her back in the coop (I hate having to keep her in a cage). I'd bring her out in her bucket and put it right in the coop.. Can I do this without shocking her? -Mallory P.S. The temperature will get back down below 0 in the next few days, should I avoid bringing her back in?