|Furniture Features||Outdoor, Heated, Removable Bed||Outdoor, Heated, Removable Bed||Outdoor, Removable Bed||Outdoor, Removable Bed||Outdoor, Heated, Removable Bed|
|Furniture Frame Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic|
|Tools Included||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||No Tools Required||No Tools Required|
|Furniture Mount Type||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing||Free Standing|
|Breed Size||—||Medium Breeds||—||Small Breeds||—|
I have 2 indoor cats and a feral who has adopted me. He is an old guy and I feed him every day. I bought the smaller one of these about 4 years ago. He ignored it for the first year but has slept in it every night since then. I unplug it when the weather is warm and in the winter I leave it plugged in all the time. I bought this bigger one because he deserves to be comfortable and spoiled. Great deal at 50% off! Thank you Chewy.
We bought these heated cat houses for some feral cats that seems to have come with our house. They curl up in front of our front door and our neighbors have told us they've been there prior to us buying the home. We wanted to provide better shelter for them during the colder nights in GA. These were easy to put together and had a heating pad for the base. The cats have taken to them quickly.
The house doesn’t work. It does not seal up along the roof. There are gaps that allow wind/air in. The worst thing is the heating pad does not work. The heating pad does not warm on its own. It only works passively from the cats own temperature. I placed my hand on the pad and it is stone cold. I am very disappointed and plan to go back to using straw in a more normal cat house. I wasted money on thing.
Owen is a rescue. He’s an outside cat due to wife’s allergies to cats. I was looking for a heated house from a reputable company. This house is perfect and Owen loves it. I like that the house has a warm side and a cool side. I have seen Owen use both sides. I trimmed the see through doors so they moved freely.
We found a feral kitten living under our deck and we have been feeding it. We are concerned about the upcoming winter so we bought this heated house in hopes it will use it this winter. We are also feeding it inside so it gets used to it. Keeping our fingers crossed.
We have had 2 of these houses for several years and the cats love them. Because we have 10+ cats outside we decided we needed another house so they could all be warm this winter. They will accommodate 3-4 cats each, depending on the size of the cats.
I tried a homemade feral cat shelter made from a tote bin and an Omaha steak container but the cats wouldn't use it. I just got the heated cat house and it is perfect for the back porch. The cat house is put together with Velcro so it is super easy to assemble.
We have 2 stray cats that have been using the kitty house and they seem to really like it. We had first put some pieces of wood on top so it wouldn’t be taken by the wind. Then we decided to build a wooden enclosure for it to keep it off the ground and out of the elements a bit better since we get snow in the winter. House is sturdy and easy to put together. Seems to stay dry inside so far with the rain we’ve had.
Did a lot of research trying to find a sturdy, warm house for one of our outdoor strays. This did not disappoint. It’s sturdy, easy to put together, waterproof, perfect size. Our stray has immediately taken to it. Haven’t used the heating pad, yet, but he is really going to enjoy that. It has two doors which I read helps them feel more secure. It came with two plastic door flaps, but we are only using one for now.
I put this out for feral cats and they moved in right away but the roof won't stay fastened and falls in. Very sad. Otherwise it was easy to put together and the heated pad was comforting for them in the cold.