Heated Cat Beds for Comfort and Therapy
Heated cat beds are wonderful for keeping your kitty warm, but there are also therapeutic benefits as well.
Heated Cat Beds
When I got my first heated cat bed for my cats I thought it would be a nice treat for them. They loved it and it soon became a little crowded, as I have seven indoor cats. Another bed was definitely needed and I got a large one, so they could share more comfortably. I finally ended up with three and will probably get a fourth. I knew that at least some of them would like it, but had no idea they would all be that crazy about it!
Cats love warmth, as we all know from their habit of laying in a sunny window. I have some cats that like to lay underneath the lamps for the warmth of the bulb. Heated act beds are definitely right up their alley. Luckily my kitties are sharers, so at least two of them will crawl into one bed and snuggle. I would recommend getting a large bed though if you have more than one cat. It will work out much better that way.
There are a lot of styles and sizes to choose from so you should have no problem finding just the right one. Heated cat beds seem only appropriate for the winter, but my cats use them all year long. In the summer, when the air conditioner is blasting away, they still head for their beds. I love watching them sleep in these beds because it is so obvious how comfy they are. They stretch out and then roll on their backs, or curl up into balls. If you're like me, seeing your pets so happy makes your day.
One of the benefits of heated cat beds became clear to me when I noticed my oldest cat, who has some arthritis. She was getting to the point where she was not as limber as she used to be. She was slow in getting up and you could tell she was a little achy in the joints. I noticed one day when she got out of the heated bed that she had no problem getting up and she gave herself a good stretch after waking up. But it was a fluid, comfortable stretch, like when she was younger. I also noticed she was just generally more limber and comfortable throughout the day. the heated cat bed was helping her arthritis symtoms.
We all know how therapeutic heat can be and it's no different for our furry little friends. These beds are also great for when your cat is recovering from surgery. I know that at the vet clinic I go to they use heating pads after surgery. The heated cat bed is easier to use than a heating pad that you need to cover with a towel. The therapeutic value of these beds is terrific and your cats will defintiely benefit from using them. Heated act beds are definitely a treat for your kitties.
Check out these great heated cat beds!
|K&H Thermo-Kitty Heated Cat Bed, 16-Inch, Mocha|
The K&H Thermo-Kitty Bed includes a dual thermostat, 4 watt heating unit buried within its thick premium polyfil pillow base. It warms the surface 10-15 degrees above ambient ai...Only $32.49
|K&H Manufacturing Thermo-Kitty Bed Dlx Hooded Large Mocha Leopard 20-Inch 4 Watts|
The Leopard Thermo-Kitty Bed has a dual thermostat, 4 watt heating unit buried within its thick premium polyfil pillow base. It warms the surface 10-15 degrees above ambient air...Only $35.09
|K&H Outdoor Kitty House, Heated|
The K&H Outdoor Kitty House is available in both heated and unheated models and is the original Outdoor Heated Kitty House, don't be fooled by inferior imposters! K&H products a...
|Thermo Kitty Fashion Splash Heated Cat Mat, Mocha|
Some cool cats are just to hip for a regular bed. That’s why we introduced the new Thermo-Kitty Fashion Splash! With 3 happening colors and our incredibly energy efficient 4 wat...
|Aspen Pet 80135 Self-Warming Cat Bed|
Utilizing the same heat-reflecting technology found in Mylar space blankets", the Aspen Pet Self-Warming Oval Lounger is lined with a layer of material that generates warmth by ...