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 Travel, 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.
it should be automatic buy when you purchase the travel cage. don't know how else the little guy can have his privacy.
Don't tell Virgil he is correct in all the data he has on his web site, from the handling, cages (homes), food to the toys, they love it all and not having to worry "is it safe" is a relief within itself. Thanks Pocket Pets team!