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I originally got a K&H heated cat bed after my poor little special-needs cat had to have two knee surgeries and was going to go through the winter with both his back legs shaved from ankle to hip. He got chilled easily enough to begin with! He LOVED the bed, but then the other two cats kept trying to steal it, so I got one of these "giant" warmers and put it in a medium dog bed where they could all fit. Of course, then my 80-lb husky mix (who gets hot when it's more than 68 degrees outside!) decided that *she* had to fit in the too-small dog bed, so I got another warmer and wrapped it in a fleece blanket on the couch so everyone could have a warm place to sleep. I've had one of them for several years now and it still works perfectly. I just got another one to put in my bedroom to try to keep all three cats from sleeping on my legs at night and hurting my knees. And even though his hair had fully grown back by the next winter, I have to set these up every year now or the special-needs guy sulks unbearably; getting super clingy and grumpy if he can't be on my lap 24-7.
This is a backup heater. I have purchased several. This is the hardest size to find. It is popular. Heaters wear out after a few years. This one is designed to maintain a body temperature safely when your pet lays on it (inside a cushion of course). Very safe and reliable. Heat loving pets will adore you!
We have 2 chihuahuas. One is very tiny and acts like she’s freezing to death in 100 degree weather . This is on 24/7 and keeps her comfortable. She has her own little couch the pad lays on and a think blanket on that . Best purchase ever . It is small but it’s perfect for us .
An absolute cat magnet!!! I have 3 of theses (with 3 cats) and they practically live on the blankets with one of these inside. I bought this one for my niece's cat, Lilly and she loves it too. Thanks Chewy !!!
Our elderly cat has to sleep in the laundry room, so he doesn’t roam around yowling at night and causing other mischief. It’s chilly in there, so I got this heating pad for his bed. He loves it and sometimes doesn’t leave that bed all day. I’m not sure it entirely turns off when the cat’s not on it (feels very slightly warm even when not in use) but it seems quite safe and I don’t worry about it.
I put this under a blanket in my cat's window bed. In the winter, he is less likely to use the bed due to the cold from outside, but with this heater he is more willing to use it. He looks very cozy and falls asleep there for hours. I am grateful because this gives him more stimulation as he can watch the birds and squirrels outside year-round. The cons are that it is on all the time (the outside version only turns on when a cat lays on it) and that it has a really bad chemical smell that has yet to go away (it is less noticeable with a blanket on top). Overall, I recommend this bed warmer.
Our cats loved these warmers, but we were sad when 1 of them died and stopped providing warmth.
These work great I have several strays that come out of the woods up to the barn so we put little cat beds with these in the barn and they use them regularly! I also have a small cat that likes to be out on the covered deck during the day and even when the windchill was below zero she was in the little house with the warmer and it was perfect. Yes they have been pee peed on but I do keep them in covers so they don't scratch them and they hold up very well.
This keeps my cat from sitting on my laptop. She's very happy using the pad as her nap place now.
*Exceptionally satisfied customer here!* I have 5 of these large K & H heating pads in my Central Coast California uninsulated garage for my indoor/outdoor cats (that we are sadly unable to allow in our home because of excessive marking issues that we've been unable to correct). I've been using these heating pads during the winter months for our cats and they love them! I have multiple large beds at various levels and hidey spots throughout the garage and I always have multiple layers of clean fleece throws over the tops of these heating pads to make sure that it's not too hot. I find that these mats do get a bit toasty but the multiple layers of fleece blankets gives me peace of mind that it isn't uncomfortable. I make sure to scrunch up the top fleece throw to give them something to snuggle into also. The cats all gravitate to these beds and love the heat! I do have them set on auto timers so during the warmest part of the day they switch off. I have had some of these for probably 3 years and haven't had a single one fail or have any problems with. In the summer months I take care to role these heating pads up individually and store safely away where they won't get creased or damaged in any way and bring them out again when it starts to get chilly. Plug them in to check for any problems and smooth them out before putting them back out for all the cats. (I would never put this in a cage / kennel situation where an animal couldn't get off of a heating mat.)