Insulated And Heated Cedar Wood Outside Cat House.
Welcome to Outdoor Cat House.
People own cats for a few different reasons. The majority, because they love the feline animal.
I am pretty certain you belong to the majority, and you will agree with me, when I say, they do give us those moments of worry, like this for example.
How many times has your cat wanted to go outside, just minutes before you wanted to go to bed? In such a situation had I installed an outdoor cat house, I would have just let the cat out and gone happily to bed, confident that my little pet would be safe, if she needed any shelter or refuge, in her outdoor cat house.
I have forgotten the number of times, I have had to wait up for my cat to come in, to lock the house up and retire for the night. I am sure you would have too. In hind sight, had I installed an outdoor cat house, I would have never have waited up, but just locked up retired for the night, knowing that if my cat needed a place to seek refuge or shelter in, she had her warm and safe outdoor cat house to welcome her.
How many times have you stood there waiting for your much loved cat to come home, because you know you will not be able to get sleep, and will just lie awake with worry, if he or she is not in the house for the night. Now I ask you to be honest and tell me if you would have ever worried had you installed an outdoor cat house on your property.
I know from personal experience, that it is not easy to fall asleep, when you know that your cat is outside, while you are rugged up in bed, especially during the winter months, and on rainy nights. How many times have you got up in the middle of the night, and gone to the back door, to call them in? Like me, you would have eventually given up, rather reluctantly though, and prayed that your cat is ok and has found somewhere warm and safe for the night. However, all this worry and stress would have been needless, had we installed an outdoor cat house for our beloved pets.
On the other hand, do you have a spoiled house cat? A loveable wild tom cat, that will not stay in the house, but wants to roam? Do you hold an open house for sheltering the neighborhood stray cat? Have a soft corner for that luckless feral cat? Then you will need to provide some kind of Outdoor Cat Shelter, as outdoor enclosures have been established as the best protection for an indoor bred cat while spending time outdoors. Outdoor cat houses and cat enclosures outdoor have become a part of a normal pet cat’s important accessories.
Cats will sleep just about anywhere in the house. However, spoil your house cat and give it the independence it needs. Take advantage of the insulated cedar open air cat houses we have on offer. Look at the katkabin cat house, it is an outdoor cat house built for the outdoor cat.
While investing in a cedar wood cat house for your favorite indoor house cat, you can go overboard. Indulge your cat a bit more by installing the optional in house heating pads.
Every outdoor cat house is made from treated Canadian Northern White cedar. The wood has a pleasant aromatic odor and weathers to a silvery sheen. Each Cedar cat/dog/pet house is insulated with a Thermal-Ply insulation that is placed in the house floor, house walls and ceiling.
An outdoor cat house is perfect for that loveable neighborhood feral that is adamant about staying outdoors. Ideal for your indoor kitty who insists on hanging out near you while you’re in the garden.
All the displayed hand crafted insulated cedar cat houses can be purchased from www.catbedandtoy.com. CLICK on the product name or the product image. Unit Prices include FREE SHIPPING within continental USA.
NOTE: Your cedar outdoor cat house will be delivered unassembled. It takes about 15 minutes to assemble the panels. Easy instructions enclosed. Easy to clean, roof is removed easily by 4 screws.
Weighing 20 pounds, this small insulated cedar cat house – small dog house can accommodate one average sized cat.
Weighing 26 pounds this large insulated cedar cat house – small dog house can accommodate two average sized cats or one small dog.
weighing 26 pounds this elevated insulated cedar cat house, protects your kittens from ground chill and wet conditions. The lounging deck is a great place for cat naps. The generous porch roof helps shield the doorway opening from dropping rain and melting snow. Large enough to accommodate one average sized cat.
weighing 32 pounds this larger elevated insulated cedar cat house, protects your kittens from ground chill and wet conditions. The lounging deck is a great place for cat naps. The generous porch roof helps shield the doorway opening from dropping rain and melting snow. Large enough to accommodate two average sized cat.
Weighing 40 pounds this small duplex insulated cedar cat house- small dog house, keeps your pet warm in the winter, but also gives them a cool place to relax during the heat of the summer. It’s perfect for that colony of ferals that need a home, or for the indoor kitty or dog that insists on hanging out near you while you’re in the garden.
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This post was written by admin on July 15, 2011