|by Sandra Turin||Date Added: Monday 27 February, 2012|
I originally bought this for a stray cat who was living in my garage (the door was ajar). I put some blankets on it and he used it the whole winter. I was able to get him to come in the house the next winter but then put the warmer on my back porch with 1 or two blankets on top of it. All 3 cats loved (including the former stray cat) this set up. Especially when they wanted to stay out all night and the nights got cooler. I've had it for two years now and they still lay on it daily. The 12 year old especially likes it - it allows him to stay outside for a while even with arthritis. The fleece cover is not thick enough to be comfortable but with the blankets on top it seems very comfortable. I bought this for much more than the price on this site two years ago. It's a good price and a good, long lasting product. I especially like that it is not possible to chew through the cord. I am able to leave it plugged in all the time and not worry about it. The heat only comes on when the cats are sitting or laying on it so it is economical.
|by Ghostrider711||Date Added: Sunday 26 February, 2012|
I only got this pad a little over a month ago. It was exactly as advertised. I have it out on the porch for the cat when it is cold, and so far it seems to be working fine.
|by M. Delauro||Date Added: Sunday 26 February, 2012|
I have 2 feral cats that winter over in my shed. The oldest would not have made it through the winter without this product. Works very well. Warms enough to keep cats comfortable but does not get hot.Both cats easily fit on this pad.
|by eliza82||Date Added: Sunday 26 February, 2012|
My cat wants to stay on the screened in back porch in his little house all the time , no matter how cold it is outside. He stays warm since I put one of the warming pads in it.The only problem is that he wants me to get up early so he can go out.
|by okie joan||Date Added: Friday 10 February, 2012|
well i got this for a outside cat. Plugged it inside first and it barely got warm( more like on the bottom). took it outside and put it in a tub and it never even got warm enough to attract the cat to stay on it. So for my benefit i donated the money on this one. Not good for what it claimed for me anyway.This was put in a shed so it wasnt out side in the weather. When i got it the weather was chilly but not cold. The cats do better on their own snugglin up in the hay.
|by Lynda||Date Added: Wednesday 08 February, 2012|
I have a large number of these heated mats for outdoor cats. I use them in a variety of shelters for feral cats. Aside from one incident (which was my fault), I have never had a problem with any of them. My ferals seem to be quite comfortable and warm during the winter.These have a wire-encased cord for safety, and the fleece cover is washable. The price on the one I just purchased was exceptional - the same item in PetSmart costs almost $10 more, if you can find it on sale, and up to $30 more for the regular price.