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How can I keep my cat warm in his bed without using any electricity?

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You can use a self-heating pad that warms up with your cat's body heat like I do (saves on electricity bill). You can find them online like I did.

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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?


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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

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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.

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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.

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