Looking for some advice on keeping newborn kits thriving in the winter - we don't live anywhere too cold, but when you're used to the heat, cold is cold. So don't laugh when you see that we live in South Carolina One of my does just had a litter last night and we ended up losing a handful and I am blaming the unexpected drop in temp. They were buried down in hay and fur, so it's not like she left them out in the middle of everything, but it obviously didn't do the trick They are in an outdoor wire hutch. I have made some drapes from some old blankets to keep them out of the wind and a waterproof shade to keep the rain at bay - the adults seem content with the set up. However, with the loss of some kits, I have to find a solution to our less that stable temps - and with the quickness Losing the little dears is always heartbreaking. Any suggestions? Barn won't be built until later this year, so my option is to modify their current set up. THANK YOU!!!