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K&H Pet Products Extra-Wide Outdoor Kitty House, 26.5" x 15.5" x 21.5", Olive/Black (Heated or Unheated)
- Excellent for indoor or outdoor cats
- Water resistant construction allows placement anywhere
- Two exits with see through doors prevent cat from being trapped by predators
- Tool-free assembly and includes removable door flaps!
- Available heated or unheated and both models include a one year warranty
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K&H Pet Products - A Cut Above the Rest
Only the finest materials are used to make K&H products durable and long lasting. K&H has one of the lowest return ratios in the pet industry. No one else can match the expertise and innovation K&H provides year after year. There's a reason they're leading the way.
With K&H's industry-changing technologies, many K&H products cost less to run than the average night light. Low wattage = low operating costs. K&H heated products are also thermostatically controlled, turning on and off automatically when needed.
Vet & Expert Recommended
Thousands of veterinarians and pet experts use, recommend and promote the year round use of not only K&H's traditional bed line but their innovative heated pet bed line as well. They find K&H products reliable, affordable and beneficial to pets.
MET Safety Listed
K&H products are rigorously tested and are certified by MET Laboratories to exceed USA and Canadian electrical safety standards. Don't be fooled by inferior electrical products that have not been tested and certified by an accredited nationally recognized testing laboratory.
K&H Outdoor Extra-Wide Kitty House (Heated & Unheated)
Keep outdoor and feral cats safe and warm with a K&H Outdoor Kitty House Extra-Wide. This unique cat shelter assembles in mere minutes thanks to the hook & loop fasteners on its walls and simple directions. Its vinyl backing and 600 denier nylon construction create a water-resistant structure that protects cats from rain, snow, and wind. A roof overhang helps shield the house's front and rear doorways.
This house has all the great features as our original Outdoor Heated Kitty House. Includes a K&H Lectro-Soft Outdoor Heated Bed that heats a portion of the floor so the cat can choose to be on or off the warmth. This extra-wide house is the perfect shelter for multiple cats. Easy to assemble with a zippered roof and ships flat. Also available in an unheated version.
Includes two removable door flaps.
One year limited warranty.
See a few additional models below in the comparison chart, K&H offers a full line of outdoor kitty solutions!
Why Buy K&H
- K&H Premium Quality: The K&H Outdoor Heated Kitty House is the original Outdoor Heated Kitty House, don't be fooled by low quality imitations! K&H invented this product and design for ease of assembly and superior comfort for outdoor cats.
- Patented and Proven: The featured 20 watt MET Safety Listed and Patented Lectro-Soft Indoor/Outdoor Heated Bed inside the K&H Outdoor Extra-Wide Heated Kitty House keeps your kitties warm all winter long, even in sub-zero temperatures. The Lectro-Soft is thermostatically controlled by an internal preset thermostat to safely keep your pets warm. No other heated house on the market offers the soft, comfortable, Patented warmth of the K&H Outdoor Extra-Wide Heated Kitty House.
- Insulated and Weather Resistant: The exterior surface is constructed of 600-denier Polyester, making this product water/weather resistant. The solid roof and walls really help keep your kitty comfy and ensure years of quality service!
- Protected Exits: The two exits include removable clear door flaps to hold in the warmth and help protect kitty from the elements during a storm.
- Electrical Safety Listed: The heated floor included with this product has been rigorously tested and is certified by MET Laboratories to exceed USA and Canadian electrical safety standards. Don't be deceived by electrical products that have not been tested and certified by an accredited nationally recognized testing laboratory.
How to Test Your K&H Heated Product
You'll notice that the K&H Lectro-Soft may not feel warm to the touch when your pet is not on the pad. That is normal! You can test the pad by placing a large pillow on top of the pad. After about 20 minutes, feel under the pillow. It will feel warm, not hot. Do not use an extension cord during this test. Do not place anything on the pad (other than the fleece cover provided) any other time. This should only be done during testing.
In a Nutshell
- Great for indoor or outdoor use
- Purrfect for multiple cats
- Also great for 'fat cats'
- Water resistant offers great protection
- Two exist so your kitty is never trapped
- No tools needed to assemble
- Heated and unheated models available
- Heated version includes patented Lectro-Soft
- MET Safety Listed
- 1 year manufacturer's warranty
|K&H Outdoor Kitty House Extra-Wide (Heated/Unheated)||K&H Outdoor Kitty House (Heated/Unheated)||K&H Outdoor Multi- Kitty A-Frame (Heated/Unheated)||K&H Mod Thermo-Kitty Shelter (Heated)||K&H Birchwood Manor Thermo-Kitty Home (Heated/Unheated)|
|Heated/Unheated||Heated & unheated models available||Heated & unheated models available||Heated & unheated models available||Heated model only||Heated & unheated models available|
|Heated Pad Wattage||20 Watts||20 Watts||40 Watts||25 Watts||25 Watts|
|Heated Pad Dimensions||14" x 18"||14" x 18"||19" x 24"||9" x 12"||9" x 12"|
|Interior Dimensions||17"W x 22"D x 14"H||14"W x 18"D x 16"H||19"W x 24"D x 18"H||13"W x 19"D x 11"H||13"W x 15"D x 14"H|
|Outer Dimensions||21.5"W x 26.5"D x 15.5"H||18"W x 22"D x 17"H||20"W x 35"D x 20"H||14"W x 21"D x 13"H||16"W x 18"D x 15"H|
|Electrical Cord||5½ feet||5½ feet||5½ feet||5½ ft. (18" is encased in steel)||5½ ft. (18" is encased in steel)|
|Safety Listing||MET Safety Listed||MET Safety Listed||MET Safety Listed||MET Safety Listed||MET Safety Listed|
|Warranty||One Year Warranty||One Year Warranty||One Year Warranty||One Year Warranty||Two Year Warranty|
This house has all the great features as our original Outdoor Heated Kitty House. Includes a K&H Lectro-Soft that partially heats the floor so the cat can choose to be on or off the warmth. This extra-wide house is the perfect shelter for multiple cats. Easy to assemble with a zippered roof and ships flat. Includes two removable door flaps. MET listed. Also available in unheated. One year limited warranty.
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This winter has been mild for the most part (in NYC), but these couple of days with such low temperature has made me worried about the cat's comfort and health. I'm thinking I might be returning this house and instead getting a semi enclosed heated cup bed that I can place inside a DIY insulated cat house made using either a cardboard box or plastic storage container lined with 1" insulation board cut to fit.
This house is advertised and sold as an "outdoor" heated cat house, which means it should at the very least be weather- and water-proof, but it is not, so the manufacturer is guilty of false or misleading advertisement. For a truly "outdoor" house it should be insulated and water-proof. This house is not good to use outdoors where it could get wet from rain. If left outside where it'll be exposed to rain, the inside will get wet, as the thin floor fabric will soak up water, soaking the heating floor pad, then the cat/s will refuse to use it, as some of the customers have informed. And because it's not insulated, and the heating floor pad, which only warms one (larger) side, barely registers any warmth on the center when a cat is laying on it, it does nothing to keep the house warm, or dry when it rains. So this uninsulated house is good for indoor use only, in a mildly cool or heated room, or an insulated porch or garage where the temperature is above freezing, not for use outdoors or in an uninsulated and unheated area, as the warming floor pad is inadequate to warm a cat and keep dry when it rains.
The 20-watt "heating" pad is inside (sown-in) the larger part of the floor pad under a thin layer of sherpa-like fabric, but it barely "warms" only on that side and only in the middle, so that means it's on the area where the door flaps are, and where cold air will come in through the sides of the door flap. The smaller part of the floor pad is unheated and goes over the smaller side of the house. I switched the pad around so that the larger part is on the smaller, more enclosed part of the house. There's a slit opening in the middle bottom of the front and back side of the house, so that the extension cord of the heated floor pad can be inserted through, so you can switch the sides of the pad to your liking, as I did. It plugs into a 3-prong outlet and has no temperature control. It's nearly impossible to tell if it's on/working/warming or not. If you want a pad that you can actually feel warm up or one with temperature control, get a different brand with higher wattage.
When on sale the price is reasonable, at $54 or less for the heated version, $52 for the unheated version.
Easy to assembled, following the included instruction sheet, though can be done it without it.
The house, when assembled, is not heavy, so is easy to transport.
The walls and roof of the house seem to be made of durable, not difficult to clean, polyester-like material, that might be slightly water-resistant.
The heating floor pad's cushion is about an inch thick and its placement can be reversed.
Can provide 1 to 3 cats shelter from the wind.
When not on sale the price is too high (when it's over $54).
The house is not insulated or weather-/water-proof.
The material used on the walls, roof and floor is not water-proof or water-repellant, though the walls and roof might be water-resistant.
The floor is a thin polyester-like fabric that can soak up water that comes in contact with it, so won't keep inside or the floor pad dry when it rains.
The heating part of the floor pad does not cover the whole floor of the house, only the larger side, but the sides can be switched.
The heating floor pad does not have a removable, washable cover. To clean, unplug and use a damp cloth.
When on, the heating part of the floor pad barely registers any warmth when the cat is laying on it, and not disernable warmth when empty. Does not help keep the house warm.
And a minor complain - the wall panels could look smoother, not as creased. (see photos)
How it can be improved?
By making all of it (roof, walls and floor) insulated and water-proof, and using a better and larger heating element for the floor pad. Then it would merit a 5 star rating.
After all that said, I'm still not sure if I'm going to return it or keep it. If I keep it, I'm going to use a different heating element/pad or a heating cat bed, which will add to the cost of shelter for the rescue stray cat.
Provided 2 photos of my DIY winter feral cat shelter that I made for outdoor feral cats to use.
The house needs protection like a garage or a porch. Couple other things: assembly, esp. the zippers, gets a little dicey, but can be overcome. Second, you can't use it in it's basic format. You need an interior pad that retains heat from the cat laying on it. Pads sell separately. Third, forget the electricity to this thing. It's just asking for trouble. Cats can more that sustain themselves with body heat and laying on an internal pad.
The quality of this house is superior to the A frame house. The roof is padded at the top which provides some insulation. I appreciate how easy it is to set up a the design is much better for keeping a cat warm. The little enclosed area is perfect for keeping the wind out.
I bought this for a stray/feral cat who has been coming around for about 6 months and eating at our back porch. It's very skittish and won't let you touch it.
It's taken some time and patience to get it to sleep on a heated pad and we know it will need more than that to stay warm. So we bought this and put it where the heated pad was and I've managed to get it inside the cat house for a few moments by enticing it with food inside it. I had to take the little door flaps off it. It's still a work in progress...
The reason why I knocked the review down a star is because of the smell of the house. I don't know if it's the dye or the glue used but it has a little bit of chemical smell. It can make it even harder to get a cat to use it.