Cat Beds - Heated
Shop for comfortable, safe, and reliable heated cat beds and pads! Weíre proud to have a large selection of beds for both indoor and outdoor pet environments. All of our electric and heated cat beds and pads feature a dual thermostat and are recommended by vets for year round use. The heat produced by these pads is beneficial and soothing for both active and aging cats. They also encourage circulation! We have a large variety of styles to choose from including beds that allow your cat to nest inside for warmth, condo styled beds, and fashionable pads in leopard and mink. Several of our beds come with a free fleece cover. Find the bed that is perfect for your cat!†Check out this great Heated RV Mattress and Pads for comfort for you or your pet on your next long drive.
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Youíre sure your pet will eventually come to love the new bed because of its temperature controlled warming pad and three-walled design, but for now the trick is getting him to try it.
Whether itís snoozing in a narrow beam of sunlight, curling up on a laptop keyboard, or nestling inside a cardboard box, your pet naturally gravitates toward the warmest spot in the room.
Just like human food, the quality and edibility of pet food degrades over time. Thatís why safe storage is such a vital part of ensuring your pet gets the freshest, most nutritious kibble possible.
Ease Your Pet's Pain
Body temperature warmth eases muscle pain and encourages circulation for active or arthritic pets. It's why many vets recommend and use our Lectro-Kennel heated pads in their clinics and prescribe them for recuperating pets.
"These thermo beds are so important they shouldn't be considered optional, but a necessary piece of equipment for all dogs regardless of size, breed, age or time of year."
Nationally recognized dog trainer
Never use a human heating pad for your pet! Heating pads reach much higher temperatures than a pet's body temperature of 102°F and may cause injury. Human heating pads are designed to be placed on top and not to be laid on.