If there is one thing we understand at Cleo Pet it’s this; a better rested pet, is a happy pet. And we stand by that statement being a company of pet owners and lovers over the last few years. If there is anything that is guaranteed to make your nights rest easier, it’s going to be because your pet is well rested.
Today’s blog is about understanding how one of the most common household items you have, a radiator makes for a great place for your cat to rest next to.
From providing the right environment to giving your cat a private space to rest and play in, our radiator beds provide the solution that you will have been searching for.
Cats like warm environments
Whilst most humans will start to suffer with heat exhaustion and general fatigue induced by warm temperatures over the 44C mark, cats won’t start to feel the same until the temperature gauge hits 52C. This means that whilst cats love the warm environment, they are also prone to being burnt as their fur isn’t that much more a protection against UV rays as they would like to think.
It’s not uncommon to see your cat lying in the sun, in areas of your home where the sun is shining through the window or lying underneath your car after you’ve been out for the day.
Radiators happen to be on the places that they love the most indoors because of this reason. When your radiator is on, it’s like an internal homing beacon for cats to get up and find the warmest spot in the house, that happens to be rooms where the radiators are on, making a nice and cosy environment.
Have you ever noticed that your cat enjoys jumping on to surfaces that are particularly elevated? From the tops of couches, bookshelves to the windowsills in your home, your cat is trying to find locations that provide both comfort, but the best view of the room. Don’t forget, cats are predatory animals so they like to understand an environment and assess all the areas of the living space before they settle.
There was some research conducted in 2011 which indicated that cats like high surfaces because it helps establish a pecking order when other cats are around, and because heat rises it allows them to feel more comfortable.
Cats enjoy their private space as much as any human does. This goes to back the theory of establishing their own patterns and movements throughout the day as well as setting up their own environment so they can sleep in peace.
If you give your pet the right environment and conditions to rest and play they will benefit from this greatly. This also means being able to let your cat get on with things in peace even when you’re not at home.
So why do our radiator beds make for the best sleeping spots in the house? Their ergonomic and functional design allows you to set up a great spot for your cat wherever you choose and as long as there is a radiator there for them to use.
Whether it’s in the main living quarters or in a spare room, you will create a space that they know will be warm, elevated and private, allowing them to be able to sleep in peace throughout the day. Plus, our beds come in two sizes, which means that you can choose the appropriate size for your cat or cats depending on the space they take up.
Our radiator beds can be purchased from our store online. Use this link to take you straight to our radiator beds page.