My favorite runner has had some crust around her eyes which I was treating with a spray. Today I saw her shivering and said, that's it, it's in the teens going to at least -7 tonight, I'm bringing her in the garage. I have the other 4 yelling at me as I walk off with her under my arm, I put her in the old 2x5 brooder box in my garage, plenty tall, with a heat lamp. It's about 40 degrees in there according to the thermometer and she's got food, water and a handful of peas all to herself. She'll periodically quack and I run to see what she needs. I just went out to put a towl over the end of the box to hold the heat in, thinking she might be chilly (though at 40 degrees I can't see it) and she's HISSING at me??? At first I thought maybe she's getting worse but then I remember people mentioning their girls doing it when they're mad, if they try to take their eggs or something... I have never heard anything like that from any of them. I can only guess that she's mad that she's alone or it's not "home" I feel like a kid, she called me out there just to yell at me!