I'm having some difficulty with my Rooster and frostbite, and he just can't stay in the garage all winter, it's not fair to my housemate who has to listen to him scream his head off all the time. So I was wondering if I got him a small covered catbox or one of those carpeted little cat-... I want to say cathouses, but that's not right ... cat bed thingies, with a roof and stuff, would he be smart enough to sleep in it? The hens are fine, and look like they're going to stay fine--their combs just aren't big enough to be a problem--but he need something to keep the heat closer to his head. Anyone know if they're sharp enough to figure out that a small tight space would be warmer than just sleeping under the roost like he does now? Edit: and I already know about ventilation and stuff. Our problem is that out OUTSIDE humidity is hanging out at around 80%, with the temperature in the teens. Ventilation isn't going to solve that problem.