K&H Heated Resting Mat for Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, More
Heated Pads For Small Pets
With cold weather some animals especially small animals like rabbits, guinea pigs, cats, hedgehogs and much more sometimes don't do as well with the cold. If yor worried your house gets to cold then it may be time to get a K&H Heated Resting Mat for Small Animals. I know with my guinea pigs getting older I worry about the temperature especially with the high cost of oil and gas now so I found this and it's great because it only uses25 watts of electric and electric is not a quater as expensive as gas or oil.
Durable Heating Pad for Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets, Chinchillas
This heated pad is constructed of ABS plastic which can withhold even a chewing animal. Also it features a steel-wrapped cord that even stays intact even with animals with nails. An internal thermostat keeps the temperature at a desirable 100 degrees which is great for animals and us because it runs constant which is cheaper than turning on and off all the time.
Also if you have a animal that moves alot don't worry because their are anchor down parts. In the corners their are holes so you can screw the mat down so that it won't be kicked around the cage.
Keeping Outdoor Cats Warm
If you have feral cats or outdoor cats then why not protect them from the outdoor elements with a KH Heated pet bed inside a igloo for their comfort so they can get out of the storm. Remember this heated pad is cheap to run and you will probably hardly see a increase in your elecrtic bill. Mine was on average a extra $2 a month to run it.
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