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K&H Pet Products Heated A-Frame Cat House, Gray/Black

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Description

Give your kitty shelter from the storm with the K&H Pet Products Heated A-Frame Cat House. Offering outdoor cats a safe and cozy retreat, this cat house is covered in a weatherproof material that protects cats from rain, snow and wind. The heated floor is controlled by temperature, and will automatically adjust to reach your cat’s internal body temperature, using an energy-efficient 20 watts. The unique A-frame design also works to keep the cold and wind away, and it includes two removable door flaps to cover the front and back door—a design function that prevents cats being trapped by predators.

Key Benefits
  • Floor heats to your cat's internal body temperature to keep outdoor cats warm.
  • Runs on an energy-efficient 20 watts and comes with a 5.5 foot cord.
  • Features a weatherproof 600 denier material and A-frame that protects against rain, snow and wind.
  • Front and rear exits prevent cats from getting trapped by predators and comes with removable clear flaps.
  • Measures 18 x 14 x 14 inches and folds up for easy storage when not in use.
What's Included

(2) removable door flaps.

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  • Item Number
    121267
  • Dimensions
    18 x 14 x 14 inches
  • Bed Feature
    Heated
  • Frame Material
    Nylon
  • Assembly Required
    Yes
  • Tools Included
    No Tools Required
  • Features
    Outdoor, Heated, Removable Bed
Instructions

Wash the bed's faux fleece cover on gentle cycle with cold water then line dry. To clean the A-Frame, wipe with a damp cloth.

The heated pad may be cleaned with a damp cloth when unplugged. The unit may be plugged in when the plug is thoroughly dry.

Size
ProductDimensions
Heated A-Frame Cat House18 x 14 x 14 inches
Warranty

1-Year Limited Warranty.

Rating: 4.4 of 5 stars 62 Reviews 62 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 4.4 of 5 stars 4.4 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Love this shelter!

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    The first day I put it out (on my covered front porch), my feral cat took to it immediately. When I came out to feed her in the early morning, she was coming out of it already stretching her back legs. I wish I could have gotten a photo. I did choose to cover mine with a neatly folded contractor bag all the way around the shelter, duct taping the covering on the bottom of the shelter where it couldn’t be seen, to further protect from blowing rain in storms. I left the back flap on only, left the front one off, knowing she’d never want to push her way through that and feel trapped. I added some vinyl lattice to my porch railings to sort of close it in like a little home for her. Placed the shelter The first day I put it out (on my covered front porch), my feral cat took to it immediately. When I came out to feed her in the early morning, she was coming out of it already stretching her back legs. I wish I could have gotten a photo. I did choose to cover mine with a neatly folded contractor bag all the way around the shelter, duct taping the covering on the bottom of the shelter where it couldn’t be seen, to further protect from blowing rain in storms. I left the back flap on only, left the front one off, knowing she’d never want to push her way through that and feel trapped. I added some vinyl lattice to my porch railings to sort of close it in like a little home for her. Placed the shelter on top of an outdoor area rug, and put a heavy rubber car mat underneath the shelter for further water protection and to hold it still in wind, and protect from the cold cement porch floor further. Loving it so far, not to mention it is adorable. Love Chewy! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    2 babies loving it!

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    I bought this for our 2 new kittens. They are currently living on our front porch but will eventually be outdoor cats for mice hunting on our little homestead. They immediately snuggled in when I presented this to them. I'm hoping to use it in our garage for the MI winters. It would be nice to have different heat settings as well as peace of mind with automatic shut off; but worth it for now!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Feral cat loves her A-Frame (Positioned on a table)

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    When we first received the A-frame, our feral cat wouldn’t get in it. After we placed the A-frame on a small table, she immediately tried it out and spends a LOT of time in it! We use a bungee cord to secure the A-frame to the small table. This is her 2nd winter and it keeps her warm & cozy! We leave one end open so she doesn’t feel trapped and it’s still plenty warm. Great product & value for the money!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Feral cats love them.

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    I bought 2 of the heated houses 2 winters ago. This is the 3rd winter/cold weather I have put them out for my cats. I say my cats but they are feral but know me well. They love these houses. I need to get 2 more to accomadate the cats. They often peek in to see if one is occupied ,if its available one jumps in and stays quite awhile. They do keep them warm and I keep them plugged in always. I have not had any problems with the cat houses. I recommend this for any cats outside. Keeps them warmer in the cold weather.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    For those whose cats won’t enter.....

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    Remove the door flaps and plug in. Place treats and/or tasty food inside. Give them a few days to investigate and step in and out. We have several for ferals—-even a possum uses one!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Great little house

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    We have a kitty that has taken up residence on our back deck. She LOVES this little house and sleeps in it nightly (and most of the day too)! The removable flaps are nice- removed one side since kitty seemed a little spooked about pushing through it. The only downside was that I have to keep it on my screened in porch with the door open because I didn’t realize when I bought it that even though it is safe for outdoor use, it has to be in a sheltered location. So leaving it out on my open deck wasn’t an option (which I was initially hoping for. If it weren’t for that, I’d give it 5 stars.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Very popular with my ferals.

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    Great help for the frigid winter weather. I have 4 ferals and they like this so much I bought several so all of them can get warm during harsh temps.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great for outdoor kitties

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    Skittles loves her new heated house. I sprinkled some catnip by the entrance and she figured it out on her own after that. She looks very happy/& warm when inside the house.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Warm shelter for outside

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    I have an outdoor kitty that adopted me. I wanted her to be sheltered and warm through the Colorado winters.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Unfortunately didn’t do the job

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    I bought this for a homeless cat that lives in my apartment complex who has been sleeping on my lawn chairs in the freezing cold. She won’t even touch this. It’s such a shame since it was so expensive and it went together like a breeze. She still is sitting outside in the cold with a beautiful, expensive cat house right next to her that she won’t touch. I guess I’m going to have to try and build her one of those plastic tub houses and see if that works.

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