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There are several types of cat beds on offer and it’s time for cat parents to make the right pick for the winter season to suit their feline family. Cats, young and old love to keep warm and a cozy private bed is the ideal answer to tacking winter blues. Your pet may be snuggling up into your bed until now. How about getting your kitty its own private bedding that is much in-sync with its needs and habits?
Basket Bed: Napping spaces can be created using wicker baskets with spongy polyfill mattresses. These baskets are hand-woven using a natural material. Pet blankets can be placed on top of the mattress for additional warmth. These baskets either come in a natural willow color or can be dyed using opaque colors. Not just cats but also small sized dogs will fit just perfectly into these.
Round Cat Bed: This kind of roundish bed comes with a loose fluffy cushion that is placed in the centre. The material used in the bed is either velvet or fleece. The softness of the bed is a hard to resist trait your cat is likely to get addicted to. The bed has high side walls, although there is a centre cut out that makes for an easy entry and exit point for the pet kitten/cat. In most cases the base of the bed is lined with a water proof material to retain durability. Simply put it is comfort and privacy packed into one useful product.
Windowsill Mats for Cats: Ideal for felines that like to lounge atop windowsill/projections. You can turn in a jiffy the otherwise cold and uncomfortable projection into one warm spot for the pet, using such an item. The mat constitutes a foam pad and a removable outer cover usually one that can be washed at home. Cats that just love to gaze through windows sitting on top of windowsills and often drift into a restful sleep will certainly welcome your move to line its favorite spot with a soft mat.
Radiator Cat Beds: This is one type that can be connected to a radiator. Radiators are used in homes to heat rooms through a series of pipes. The radiator bed is specifically designed in a way to be attached on top of a radiator. The bed hangs over the heating device and stays above the surface of the floor. This item is purrfect for extremely chilly months and will keep the pet suitably warm. These beds though are not used in India but are very popular with cat owners in Northern Europe due to extreme winters and central heating being standard in most residential buildings.
In fact any kind of cat bed can be placed on the floor next to a radiator for additional warmness.
Igloo Beds: These replicate an enclosed cave like space. The inside of this cradle in most cases is lined with wool. There is also a removable spongy cushion placed on the interior bottom. These beds offer a great deal of privacy to the user as they are covered on top resembling a tiny house with a roof.
Heating Pads for Cats: These come in handy if you own a kitten/puppy or an old cat or dog as they tend to feel colder. Also a pet suffering from arthritis can be relieved of the excess pain and stiffness of joints with the help of such warm pads. Hence their application is not just limited to winters but extends to less cooler months. The use of these pads requires them to be inserted in a covering or a pet bed. These pads come in both electrical and non-electrical options. The non-electrical option is the microwaveable one and can hold the warmth for as long as 12 hours after spending a few minutes in the microwave.
The electric variety needs to be plugged in an electrical power source. They have an inbuilt thermostat to prevent overheating and the cable is covered with a hard anti chew plastic or metal shield. Few other safety components include the use of fire retardant materials to cover the heating element and the mat.
Rectangular Cat Bed: It comprises layers of padding all stitched together to form one luxurious quilted cat bed. The soft and puffy structure prevents the cold from the floor’s surface to reach the cat resting on the couch. The rectangular shape permits maximum space for the cat to stretch out its tired limbs.
Hurry up and source the perfect bed for your furball before winter sets in!