Hello everyone! I have three adorable seramas that I'm currently keeping in my garage until I can integrate them into my coop. They're in a nice, large cage, at least 4' x 3' x 1' and seem to enjoy themselves quite a bit in there and live comfortably. They get to go out a few times a week to eat grass and enjoy the sun in a large dog kennel, too, so they're living the good life. The one problem I've been having is that they always seem to knock their water over or bury it with shavings when they're in their cage. I'm using just a normal bowl at the moment, but I strongly suspect they would do the same with a poultry waterer if I used one of those. Does anyone have ideas to keep them from dumping their water in the shavings all the time? I don't think I can keep them from kicking up the shavings, as that's just chickens for you, but I would like it if someone had a plan to keep the bowl upright at least! Any ideas appreciated.