Next to malnutrition, the single-most common cause of illnesses in Sugar Bears is accidentally getting too cold. For Sugar Bears, their tiny bodies function best at between 75 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit - and since most of us keep our homes a little cooler than that - every little fuzzbutt we place for adoption automatically gets a "heat rock" in their cage. On a practical level, this acts like a "furnace" in their homes - and gives them a nice, warm place to play and snuggle when they sleep.
With that in mind, our entire line of the Warm-N-Cozy premium cage covers (created exclusively for our Starter, Single, Double and I-Home cages), were specifically designed by our team of Veterinarians and licensed animal-care experts to work hand-in-hand with the heat rock you already have to produce an extremely pleasant - almost tropical - environment for your little darlings; virtually regardless of surrounding temperatures.
Great cover - quality material - easy to put over the cage and has extra material on the length which is nice. The cage stays warmer now that it is covered on 3 sides.
I lived in NC for the first 2 years of my babie's life and this cover kept her from getting too cold in the summer ( with our AC on) and kept her cozy in the winter. Very economical as well. She even learned ( or taught me