Cat Bed for Cold Cats
Winter can be a trying time for short haired cats. Stopping short of curling up to you all day, the best thing you can do for your feline friend is to get them a heated cat bed.
Heated cat beds typically work in 2 ways:
- You plug it in and the electricity will warm the cat bed or mat
- The bed is made of thermal fabric that will trap warmth and keep your cat nice and snug
The cat beds we’ve found come in both types.
|Image||Name||Needs Electricity||Heated||Indoor/Outdoor Use||Reviews|
|K&H Thermo-Kitty Heated Cat Bed, 16-Inch, Sage||Yes||Yes||Indoor||4.5/5 based on 973 reviews|
|K&H 3093 Extreme Weather Kitty Pad with Fleece Cover||Yes||Yes||Outdoor||4.5/5 based on 549 reviews|
|Slumber Pet Thermal Cat Mat - Color Gray||No||Yes||Indoor||4/5 based on 449 reviews|
|K&H Cuddle Cube Kitty Cat Bed, Large 24-Inch Round, Leopard||No||No||Indoor||4.5/5 based on 56 reviews|
|K&H Thermo-Kitty Mat 12.5" x 25", Mocha||Yes||Yes||Indoor||4.5/5 based on 297 reviews|
Top Pick: K&H Thermo-Kitty Heated Cat Bed
- Soft, comfortable heated pet bed for indoor use
- Uses dual-thermostat unit to raise temperature 15 degrees above air temperature
- Removable cover washes easily
- For indoor use only
- 1-year limited warranty
We purchased one of these beds about 12 years ago for an elderly outdoor cat’s dog house home. He used it for five years before passing away at age 17. It then came indoors to be used by our other rescue cats. It still warms up quite nicely and looks beautiful after many, many washings. I’m buying another bed so that the cat who is using the first bed won’t have to continue to endure the sad eyes of the cat who is waiting his turn.