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K&H Pet Products Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Pad

K&H Pet Products Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Pad

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    Keeps Fatty Warm in the Garage

    By nicky on Feb 12, 2021

    Fatty is our feral cat, moved in from a neighbor's yard. He can be touched and he's gentle, but that and being fed are as personal as Fatty likes to get. Nights can be cold, even freezing, a few months a year. Fatty sleeps safely in the garage, but oh that chill. We bought this bed and have rarely unplugged Fatty is our feral cat, moved in from a neighbor's yard. He can be touched and he's gentle, but that and being fed are as personal as Fatty likes to get. Nights can be cold, even freezing, a few months a year. Fatty sleeps safely in the garage, but oh that chill. We bought this bed and have rarely unplugged it since we got it in November. Fatty loves it and sleeps cozily on it though he rejected it for a few days at first. When this bed goes some day, I'll surely get another if I have any outdoor animals who refuse to come in out of the cold. … more

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    Outside heating pad for your pet? Think again.

    By Peanut on Jan 7, 2021

    This is supposed to be an outdoor heating pad so that your pet can be outside even in cold weather. It needs an electric outlet, which are pretty hard to come by in the great outdoors. The instructions say to cover up the heating pad, let it sit for half an hour or so, and then uncover it to feel the This is supposed to be an outdoor heating pad so that your pet can be outside even in cold weather. It needs an electric outlet, which are pretty hard to come by in the great outdoors. The instructions say to cover up the heating pad, let it sit for half an hour or so, and then uncover it to feel the warmth. I can tell you, there is no warmth, and if this is what is supposed to keep my dog from freezing, I love my dog too much to leave her outside in cold weather with this pad. … more

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