As of yesterday, the ants that nest in the mulch outside have decided to wait out the rest of winter indoors, and they're making a bee-line for, among other places, the cham cages and their pots, vines, etc. They're coming in around the window sills in several rooms. Hubby and I have followed back their trails and plugged as many inlets as we can find, but still they come -- little tiny black ants with a mean little bite. Anyone know any safe-for-chameleon biological controls I can use indoors -- right around the cages? The cucumber skin trick isn't working real well. Thanks in advance!