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Posted by bexley on May 01, 2003 at 08:53:56:
In Reply to: Ohhh Sh..!! posted by Linda G on May 01, 2003 at 08:45:17:
Warm him up slowly and he should be fine. A nice warm bath is a great way to warm an ig up, just keep warming it up a little at a time until he's happy. Tempest survived sub-zero temperatures (I still have no idea how) before I took him home, it took him 3 days to warm up enough to want to move around!! He has never been below 70F since though, and loves to hang out where its up in the high 90's :)
:This was my thought when my husband woke me up this morning
:realizing the power had went off during the night. I flew out
:of bed afraid that Beanie was too cold. The temp said about
:72 degrees but according to the timer the power was off for
:about 3 hours. I do not know what the lowest temp was. Should
:I be concerned?
:Thanks in advance