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An outdoor cat will have somewhere warm and cosy on cold days and indoor pets will have a cosy retreat (off the furniture) if the heating is not on and the comfort of warmth if he does not have your lap to sit on. A heated cat bed is not a huge investment financially and most have a 4 watt heating element that makes them very inexpensive to run.
Heated cat beds or pads are ideal for cats with joint issues and arthritis, as well as older and outdoor cats. They also work really well if you have a cooler house or live in a colder climate. To choose the right heated cat bed or pad, you will need to determine an appropriate size and location for the bed. Materials and design are important to consider, including in relation to your cat’s sleeping preferences. You can find heated cat beds online or at your local pet store.
Heated Cat Beds, Buy A Heated Cat Bed, or Cat Heating Pad For Indoor or Outdoor Cats this winter! Find out which are best and why Vets recommend them to ease aches and pains and even to boost your cat's immune system.The usual body temperature for a cat is around 102 degrees so a cozy heated cat bed or heating pad will help him to maintain his body temperature and this is especially important in older cats. Whether your feline friend lives indoors or outdoors, he may suffer from arthritis or just the general aches and pains that everyone, human and feline, gets as we grow older.
Read on to find out more about the benefits of heated cat beds and why vets recommend them.Heated Cat Beds, Buy A Heated Cat Bed, or Cat Heating Pad For Indoor or Outdoor Cats this winter! Find out which are best and why Vets recommend them to ease aches and pains and even to boost your cat's immune system.The outdoor heated cat bed pictured is the one I recommend from the research I have done and on the good reviews that purchasers have left - when I checked with Debbie, she has come to the same conclusion and she should be taking delivery of her new 'Kitty Camper' purchased here in the UK, in time for Christmas!Outdoor cats can be a worry, especially if you are away from home all day. Luckily, there are outdoor heated beds and pads that may safely be left in a shed or your garage or anywhere dry that your pet has access to.Hi patdmania, I think the heated beds are a very good idea for elderly or infirm cats or those who live outdoors. As for safety, they have a very low wattage heating element (4 watts) so can only get up to 102 degrees fahrenheit when the cat is inside. I guess with anything electrical there is always a remote chance of a problem but these are rigorously tested for safety.What a great idea! For the last several years we've used a regular heating pad for our darling outdoor kitty-cat. We've tried to be careful to give her good padding on top of it as well as watch out for overheating. It would be great to have a heated bed designed for a cat's safety and for household safety.The first soft, outdoor heated cat bed on the market! The Lectro-Soft is extremely low wattage. Designed for cat houses, basements, garages, barns, sheds, porches or any other outdoor shelter.