Hello! I have recently acquired a beautiful male veiled chameleon (so I'm new at this). However I live in Central NY and winters are cold, reaching below zero on a few of the worst days. As a chameleon owner, I am willing to do what it takes to keep him warm, however as a college student my house will remain at about 65 degrees F. I am wondering what lighting, heat sources or other methods I can use that will ensure my chameleon's enclosure stays at appropriate temperatures. Extra information that might be helpful in formulating a solution: The enclosure is mesh material on all sides for air flow. I have a mercury light, as well as red heat lamps. ALSO, my friend offered to give me a heating pad that she used for her snake, but those aren't good for chameleons, are they? Thank you!!