Yeah, mom doesn't want him in the new house. I live in Orlando, FL which I think is a fairly good climate for him (the everglades is full of pythons) along with my Pro Prod. heat panel and big apple thermostat to keep him toasty at night but if there ever is a night that I know it's gonna get cold, I have a spare cage I can use to keep him in my room. The cage is shaded so he's not directly in the sun or anything like that but I let him out of his cage regularly to move around on the back screened in porch, he likes to move around a lot. He's done well outside, the little kid next door likes to look through the screen door when I feed him, heh.