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Why the heck is this item here? The plastic panels can be reconfigured to construct a clear barrier if you need to separate cats during an introduction process, etc.! It's a great alternative to expensive and awkward baby gates, and can be built in several different...
These rechargeable, motion-activated nightlights are perfect near litterboxes and/or feeding areas where there's no outlet nearby! Cats need light to see, and if you have a litterbox in a closet or somewhere else that doesn't have sufficient lighting, these lights...
My cats LOVE the heated cat mat! Our heated mats/beds stay on 24/7 all year long. It's on a low heat setting all the time, but then when the cat sits on it, it heats up to just the right temperature.
This product is amazing – SO SIMPLE and works great! The strap latch keeps the door from opening too much, which will allow cats in but keep larger dogs and babies out. The stopper keeps the door from closing all the way, keeping finger safe and stopping cats from getting locked in a room. This enables you to give cats access to a room where their litterboxes and food are out of reach from dogs and kids, or as a safe space where they can just peacefully enjoy being alone.
I use these in my home around litterboxes. Just because cats are better at seeing in the dark than we are, it doesn’t mean that they don’t need some light! These just plug in and turn on automatically when light levels get dark.
If you need to separate cats in your home, I recommend this gate – it’s tall, and has expanders on the side so that it can fit a door/hallway that is up to 36.5″ wide. It also has an inner gate that makes it easy to walk through without taking the whole thing down.
Since many cats are able to jump over the tall baby gate (see Tall Baby Gate product), I recommend stacking this shorter baby gate on top of the tall baby gate. If you turn it upside down, you can line up the walk-through doors so that you can open them at the same time and step through them without having to remove the top (or both gates).
This is my cats’ favorite heated bed! They have the large oval design. It is SO soft, although I put a blanket over it for extra snuggles. When plugged in, it slightly warms until a cat gets on it, and then it warms further (but not too hot). Additionally, you can take the heating pad out of the bed to wash it.