How To Make a Catnap Even Better

Out of all the pets in the world, cats are probably the most notorious sleepers in the animal kingdom. Whether you are watching a kitten snuggle up in a litter or seeing your 10-year-old Himalayan take a nap in front of the TV, there are few things that seem more enjoyable for Mr. Kitty than taking a nice slumber.

According to PetMD, the modern housecat can snooze between 18 and 24 hours a day, which makes many pet owners think that there could be something wrong with their cats. Many veterinarians have had cat owners bring their pets in thinking that there was something terribly wrong, only to learn that their cats had a healthy sleeping appetite.

Since all cats are nocturnal (most active in the night), it may seem like your kitty sleeps constantly, but they are doing the majority of their physical activities while you are resting your eyes. You may also notice that your cats sleeping habits has a lot to do with the weather. If it's rainy season, for instance, you'll become aware that your cat is sleeping even more. On the other hand, a feline is most lively during sunny days.

Three Ways to Spoil Your Snoozing Snuggle Buddy

Cats are the most popular pets in the world, which means that they are likely more spoiled than any other animal on the planet. The countless play toys, gourmet dinners and endless scratches behind the ears make cats the luckiest creatures with four legs. However, because cats have a great amount of affection to give and are one of the greatest companions for animal lovers, pet owners have had no problem with treating their cats to their favorite things.

Because cats love to sleep so much, one of the best presents for them are comfy new places to snooze. Unfortunately, many cats will sleep anywhere they like, which tends to be places that are the warmest and conforming to their bodies. Until recently, most cat beds would go untouched by felines that preferred the comforts of their owner's bed to a fleece pad near their litter box. Now, cats can take pleasure in the glory of their own heated cat beds, which were specially designed to lure kitties away from couches and beds for nap time.

Check below at some popular options for your snoozing cat:
  • Kitty Fashion Heated Bed: For years, cat beds have had unsightly designs and boring shapes, that's why K&H Pet Products have developed a bed that you won't be embarrassed to own. The indoor cat bed uses 4 watts of electricity to safely warm the bed to your cat's body temperature. Plus, it's available in a variety of colors.

  • Thermo Outdoor Kitty Heated House: If your kitty is an outdoor cat, then they are probably not getting the warmth backyard when the temperature starts to dip. Depression can develop in cats that don't satisfy their need to be outside. This heated house will put you at ease with knowing that they will stay warm and safe while getting their outdoor fix. There are two entrances in the heated house so cats can come home from either direction.

According to the pet experts, these cats are more likely to sleep better in heated beds that have been designed to retain a feline's body heat. From birth, cats will search for warm and cozy places to curl up. Their keen sense of temperature comes from receptors on their faces that allow them find their mother when they're blind kittens. As they get older, these temperature receptors become more sensitive and cats enjoy the warm spots even more.

So, the next time you're looking to give your companion a treat, forget about splurging on another bag of catnip consider an innovative cat bed that was designed to keep your cat happy when they're doing what they do best; sleeping.

If you're looking for a Heated Cat Bed to purchase, be sure to ask the pet experts at by calling 800-957-5753. The cat lovers are more than happy to answer any questions about any of the products that we carry in our catalogue.

By Sean Bowes
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