K&H Pet Products Outdoor Heated Kitty House Extra-Wide Cat Shelter

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About This Item


  • Vinyl backing and 600 denier nylon construction create a water-resistant shelter. Velcro roof for easy assembly (no tools required!).
  • Great for outdoor cats. Large, heated shelter (20 watts) that can be used by multiple cats at once and protects from rain, wind, and snow.
  • Excellent to be used use in barns, garages, porches or anywhere an outdoor cat needs additional warmth and protection. Can also be used indoors.
  • Features two exits with removable door flaps so your cats can't be trapped by predators.
  • Includes K&H Lectro-Soft heated bed that is MET safety listed.

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About K&H Heated Cat Products

K&H Heated Solutions

K&H offers a variety of products designed to make your pet more comfortable. Their wide range heated products are all MET certified, making them a safe and comfortable solution for keeping your furry friend warm, indoors or out.


Safety for your pet is K&H’s number one priority. They work closely with MET Laboratory to ensure their products are safe for your pet and home.

Soothing, Eco-Friendly Warmth

K&H products provide therapeutic warmth for your best friend, and they are energy-efficient and easy to care for, too. Your pet will love the muscle and joint relief they provide and you will love knowing they are green and easy to clean!

Green & Energy Efficient

Many K&H products cost less to run than a night light. They use foam from bio-based materials and poly fill made from recycled bottles.

Machine Washable

K&H beds are either machine washable or made with a machine washable cover, to make keeping your pet’s bed fresh convenient and easy.

Vet Recommended

Veterinarians and pet experts use and recommend the traditional K&H bed line as well as their heated line of bed products.

Therapeutic Relief

K&H beds and mats provide warmth to relax the muscles of active pets, and to soothe the joints and muscles of aging and arthritic pets.

About K&H Pet Products

K&H has over 20 years of experience making products for pets with the goal of making their lives—and yours—better and easier. They know how much you care about your pets and are dedicated to designing innovative, quality solutions that enhance their comfort and well-being.

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Furniture Frame MaterialPlasticPlasticPlasticPlasticPlastic
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Furniture Mount TypeFree StandingFree StandingFree StandingFree StandingFree Standing
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Breed SizeMedium Breeds
Cover MaterialSynthetic Fabric, Faux Fleece, Nylon

Questions & Answers

56 Customer Questions

Iis this house able to withstand windsand rain and snow
Answer by ChewyDec 16, 2017
K&H's heated beds and pads are water-resistant. They're designed to be used safely with pets, even when the pet is water-soaked. Please make sure to place the bed or pad in a relatively dry area such as a covered porch, garage, kennel or dog house. The bed or pad should not be placed where there is a potential for standing water from heavy rain and the product should not be immersed in water.

How many cats could fit in this house?
Answer by PattyMar 04, 2023
Depending on size n how friendly they are with each other , I would say 3, def 2

Is it okay to put the small replacement pad on the other side of the house so the whole bottom is covered with heating pads? Is there a reason why the pad only covers half the house?
Answer by ChewySep 12, 2018
That is not recommended by the manufacturer. Do not place pad in confined area where the pet does not have the ability to remove themselves from the pad. Always allow your pet enough space to be able choose if they want to rest on the pad or off the pad.

Will my furbaby stay warm in this house when the temperature drops into the teens? It's rare in GA but it does happen.
Answer by ChewyJan 02, 2018
K&H outdoor beds and pads are designed to warm to your pet's normal body temperature of 102°F when he/she lies on the bed or pad. When your pet is not on the bed or pad, the heat will dissipate into the air and the surface temperature will vary according to the ambient air temperature.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SueD on Sep 9, 2023

This is a good design

We haven't needed the heater yet, but the overall design works really well. Ours is in the corner of the front porch. It wasn't hard to assemble - just took a few minutes.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Vegaslady on Sep 5, 2023

Outdoor Heated Kitty House Extra-Wide Shelter

This Kitty House is ok for outside but not very heavy and would need safe anchoring if the winds are strong, especially in winter weather.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Gloria on Mar 12, 2023

A night in the cat house

I bought 2 houses,one for outside and one for inside. My indoor felines pay no attention to it so it will soon be in the yard as well. But backyard furballs seem to love it; three or four stay there every night consistently. I have not used the electric carpet yet but they seem happy without it. My only issue is with the roof, which doesn't seem to want to stick to the Velcro underneath on the top of the wall. That flap of Velcro is awkward to use. I took the front flap off the doorway because it was stiff plastic-- to stiff for a small cat to push on to escape if needed. But generally speaking We--and this Includes the cats--are happy with the house.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Yvonne on Mar 28, 2023

Kitty House

My cats absolutely love this house. I wish I had bought one of these years ago. I was afraid they wouldn't have anything to do with it, but they both love it. I got it for them to sleep in when they are outside. They seem to stay really warm and dry in it. They love the heated pad. This was a great investment.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kelly on Jan 25, 2023

Great house!

This photo says it all! They love their houses - we have several dogs and often dog-sit... the cats have good options to stay out where they prefer it anyway. I bought a good outdoor rated power surge protector to plug them in. I bought this brand because they sounded like good quality - my fear being burning the house down because of a cheap power cord, but the houses seem to be of high quality. Some reviews said they were hard to put together. It was a piece of cake. The feature I like is two doors so they can escape if they need to.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By PatL on Jan 27, 2023

Excellent for my big boy - Buy It - Happy Kitty

This goes together in a breeze. Everything fits. My yellow fellow is big, 20 pounds and larger than my miniature poodle so I bought the double wide. He has decided to retire in the unheated garage. He would not sleep on the heated pads I tried, nor in the house so I assumed the SoCal nights in the 40's were what he wanted. The thing will lie flat so I lined the walls with heavy duty aluminum foil. I lined the ceiling with aluminum ductwork adhesive tape (3"-4" wide.) Foil sheets went under the floor board, cats will not walk on foil. A sheepskin rug, his washable blanket and then assembled with the velcro system. I sealed one door with triple buble wrap, and the front door was left open, he wouldn't negotiate the plastic flaps. A few treats inside and he stretched out and went to sleep. Until now he would form a tight ball. He is 14 years old so his 'retirement' pad was worth the time, trouble and money.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sherie on Dec 23, 2022

Sturdy House

I sometimes nap with my legs extended over the roofs set together. When I noticed wrinkles on the green one I bought first I wondered, how sturdy are they. After nearly 3 years the wrinkles come and go making zero difference in the stable house. I have left it in the garage with the damp air and use it indoors cold 45 degrees. So I bought a second one and would rather have bought it sooner, K&H is a good company. The old M" K&H flat panel heater fits perfectly in the bottom since it does not work anymore it keeps stable the new heating pad.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Marley on Mar 12, 2023

Pretty Great, but could be better

A cat showed up on my porch last fall and decided to adopt me. It took her awhile, but I think she knew she could eventually trust me, especially since I fed her. I found an old outdoor bed I had from one of my smaller dogs who was long gone and set it up under a bench on my porch. But winter was coming. I live in the mid Atlantic states and our winter is usually not long or severe. But we often get strong northerly winds, below freezing temps, snow, and the occasional blizzard. So, I knew she would need better protection. And she is too afraid to come in the house. So, after much research, I settled on the K&H double wide. What I initially liked was how easy it was to assemble. And my cat went straight in it the first night. The heater is not super hot, but hot enough to keep the cat warm and not burn her delicate skin. Even on a really cold night, when I give her a good night pet, I can feel her body is nice and warm. The bottom is cushioned and only heated on one side so if she gets warm, she can move to the other side. The doors are removable plastic. My porch faces west so openings are faced north, south. South side has some blocking from a wall about 4 feet away, but north side is open. So I have a door on the north side. The cat pushed right through it first night without a problem. South side is left open. She will not share with other neighborhood cats, so I use the extra room on the unseated side to feed her on really cold days. I put down a small chamois, so if she messes, I can just pick it up when I pick the food up. So here is where I think the product could be better. It is lightweight so you need to weight it down for heavy winds. It is made of a sturdy material but has no insulation. I throw some heavy pet rugs over it to address both. I also use the rugs to cover the other door on cold nights. The cat can still easily push aside rug to go in and out. The plastic door does not really block winds or cold. So I have a pillow angled over the outside to keep out the wind, but, again, still allows her to easily get out. Some way to insulate the house and make it stronger to handle cold windy weather would be great. Wish I had a brilliant idea on how to accomplish this, but I do not. Now, addressing the cushion. I keep an outdoor bed under the house to further insulate it and give comfort against the cold concrete floor. The house is easy enough to clean and the cushioned heater is removable so the bottom can be washed. But the cushion on the non-heated side is not removable and it takes a long time to dry. Making both cushions better and both removable would really help. I would still recommend this house. Overall, it is well made and many times better than the conditions that most strays and ferals live in. It works well on a porch or other protected area and requires access to a grounded electrical outlet is you get the heater.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Weireverywhere on Jan 22, 2023

update after 16 months

I just wanted to write another review after using these houses for over a year. I live in Michigan and this Winter so far we’ve had temps in the negatives with 70 mph winds. Highly dangerous to the feral populations. I have 2 of these houses for about 8 ferals that keep them nice and warm. I don’t use them in the warmer months and it’s great to easily fold them up and store them on a shelf using little space. Very easy to clean as they get marked on A lot. I highly recommend these if you have outdoor cats (and can’t get them to come inside when it’s super cold out).

Rated 5 out of 5 stars