Create a heated shelter by adding the K&H Pet Products Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Pet Bed.
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K&H Solutions for Your Cat
Take care of your cat with a wide assortment of premium K&H pet accessories. They offer a bed for every cat's unique needs, from windowsill beds, kitty sacks to loungers and more. Your feline will love having her very own cozy, personal space and you'll love the quality that K&H puts into their pet beds.
Green And Energy Efficient
Made from green, bio-based foam and polyfill from recycled bottles, many K&H products use less energy than the average nightlight.
All K&H beds are either machine washable or made with a machine washable cover for cleanliness and convenience.
Veterinarians and pet experts recommend both traditional and heated K&H pet beds for their reliability and comfort.
Every K&H bed and mat provides soothing warmth for muscles and joints—perfect for active or aging and arthritic pets.
K&H prioritizes safety and works closely with MET Laboratory to ensure all their products are safe for your pets and home.
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.
My cat has never been interested in getting inside boxes, etc. He ignored this tent when I first set it up, but I thought it would be helpful to have shelter at night outdoors (he likes going out at night). I bought the mat made by the same company, and put small bowls of treats inside. This worked. He is now loving his tent on the front porch. This tent is sturdy, and the right size for one large (15 lb) cat. I like the easy set up, and the fact that during the recent hard wind and rain storms in California it has not blown away or become wet inside. Bravo for a great product.
I bought this shelter to accommodate three outdoor cats that live at my job. I bought it based on the description that it could house four cats, water resistant, etc. We set it up today. It really only looks big enough to house maybe two cats. I also bought a small self-heating pad to put in it thinking that I would need a larger pad which is on order to come. Regardless, the small pad fits. If this was designed to FIT four cats then obviously I would need a larger pad. I'm disappointed. There's a group of us at work who take care of these cats (who are all fixed by the way) and this was my gift to the small colony to keep them comfortable.
This is a nice little house for indoor or outdoor cats. We purchased this for a small feral cat that has shown up in our yard. When we took it out of the box, one of our indoor cats went in it and didn't want to get out, so I am thinking about getting one for her too. As an outdoor shelter, we had to take the removable door flaps off since the outdoor kitty wouldn't go in with them on. We are using it as a feeding station for her. She (and now several other stray cats) go in and eat daily. We have had a few rainstorms and so far it seems okay. I placed a garbage bag over it during a severe rainstorm and it did stay mostly dry inside. It would have stayed completely dry if the flaps had been on. The outdoor cats are comfy eating in it. I will add a microwaveable pet bed warmer to the little house as the MN weather gets more frigid.
I love this house. I added a heating pad to it and my outside kitty loves it. Very easy to assemble and I was able to run the electric cord out of the back opening. I highly recommend this.
Measurements not for living space. It's for roof. Says outdoors-- but don't put in rain or snow. Priced high.
Working excellently the neighborhood cat is cozy. It's seems like he or she likes it.
My feral cats love this house . I added a heated mat . It keeps them warm in cold weather .
advertises for 3-4 cats. fits two regular size cats who fight over it because it is really more for one cat.
At first i didnt think this was gonna work but this summer i forced my stray outside cat inside an he wld turn an come rite back out. I left off both plastic door then one day it rained an he went in an hes loved it since. I tried to make him different house to get ready for winter. I had it under the porch but he likes it on the porch so this winter i covered the back door an made a cover 4the front door2keep out the an he loves it. Hes a big ol cat & it gives him just enough room to relax or curl up
We started caring for a neighborhood cat who does not want to come inside. We put this shelter out on our front porch and find kitty in there every morning.