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Our cat jumps up on a shelf we keep on the radiator all the time in the winter and she is fine. If it gets too hot, she just jumps down. Seems perfectly safe to me.

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Mi had one and my cat loved it,so i dont see how they are not

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There arelots of different types of heated cat beds. I\'ve seen lots of different shapes,colors, materials etc. You can even personalize your cat bed.

Posted on Jul 23, 2012

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What are the different types of heating beds for cats?


There are two types of heating beds for cats: thermal beds and electric beds. Thermal beds use insulating material, which uses the body heat of the cat in order to warm up the bed. Electric beds use electricity in order to warm up the bed. This allows the bed to be warm at all time. This type of heating bed is most expensive. If you have a tight budget, you can get your cat a microwavable pad in order to provide it with warmth. The downside of these pads is that they provide heat for only 30 minutes to an hour.

Aug 30, 2012 | Allied Precision Cats

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What are the benefits of a heated bed for my cat?


Heated beds offer many benefits. Heated beds relieve pain for cats with sore muscles and arthritis. Also, because of the heat, cats feel very comfortable, which makes them sleep well. Finally, heated beds can strengthen the immune system of the cat.

Aug 30, 2012 | Allied Precision Cats

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My cat is pregnant and going to give birth very soon. Do I need to get her a bed for this?


It is not necessary, but I suggest getting a birthing bed. When cats are ready to give birth they seek out a place to nest where they can give birth safely. You can either buy one or make one yourself. It is very simple. I will attach here a step-by-step guide that will walk you through the process of creating your own birthing bed for your cat.

http://www.ehow.com/how_4896996_build-cat-birthing-box.html

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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What kind of bed do I need for a very old and inactive cat?


Older cats need a warm, comfortable bed in a draught-free area of the house where they can sleep safely and not be disturbed. Keep in mind that they may need to stretch out, so get a bed best suited to your cats individual needs.

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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I'm thinking of buying a heated cat bed for my cat, are there different types?


There arelots of different types of heated cat beds. I\'ve seen lots of different shapes,colors, materials etc. You can even personalize your cat bed.

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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What is a heated cat bed?


A heated catbed is a cat bed with a heated pad in the base which usually zips inside andprovides heating during cold weather.

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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I live in Ottawa and during the winter months it gets extremely cold. My cat needs a warm place to sleep. Can anyone suggest a type of bed that would be best suited to by situation?


I have the perfect solution for you - a radiator hammock cat bed. This bed connects to the radiator in your home giving your cat a comfortable and warm place to rest.

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You can buy one at most specialty pet stores or online at one of these locations:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/tag/cat%20radiator%20bed/products

http://www.alphapetonline.co.uk/radiator-hammock-cat-bed/

http://www.ebay.ie/sch/sis.html?_nkw=New+Cat+Bed+Radiator+Hammock+Cats+kitten+Pet+beds

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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What factors do I need to consider when buying a bed for my cat?


There are several factors to keep in mind when buying a cat bed. First is size. It should be large enough for your cat to stand in and turn around with ease, but snug enough to be cozy and secure for your cat. Second is warmth. Enclosed beds hold the heat in much better than open beds. Comfort should be an obvious factor in bed selection. Lastly, you will need to consider methods of cleaning. Try to get a bed that is machine washable since you will need to clean the bed frequently.

Jul 23, 2012 | Cats

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What are the various types of cat beds available for me to choose from?


There are a wide variety of cat beds, for the most part you are limited by budget and personal taste. The various types of beds are as follows: wicker baskets, plastic baskets, donut cat beds (my personal favorite), hammocks/radiator beds, and enclosed/igloo beds.

Jul 22, 2012 | Cats

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Do cats really need a heated bed?


Cats love to be warmand cozy and heated beds provide them that - it's not necessary for a catsgeneral well being but if you like to spoil your cat then it's worth it.

May 14, 2012 | Cats

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