Snugglesafe Microwave Heat Pad are a safer alternative to an electric heat pad, the Snugglesafe Microwave Heat Pad will keep pets comfortable and warm.
- Non-electrical; simply heat up in your microwave
- Plate-size pad easily fits under pet’s bed
- Provides up to 10 hours of warmth
- Snugglesafe Microwave Heat Pad Non-toxic thermapol compound
- Bonus Fleecy cover
Dimensions: Approximately 22cm diameter
EASY TO USE
Just pop it into your microwave for a few minutes, it will provide up to 12 hours of warmth. Slip it under your pet’s bedding at home, in the car or wherever it’s needed. That’s it!
There is no electric wiring to worry about so there are no nasty shocks in that department. There is no scalding water to spill out. The tough outer casing is bite resistant and hygienically wipe clean. There is no safer way to keep any animal warm and comfortable.
NEWBORN ANIMALS, CONVALESCING OR ELDERLY PETS
Ideal for every animal that needs a heat source. It’s ideal during the day – either at home or when traveling and it’s ideal at night in bed. Cats particularly love it as their favourite warm spot.
Not only domestic pet owners use it, Vets, breeders, rescue centres and rehabilitation homes across the world find SnuggleSafe a necessity. Newborn animals, elderly pets and sick animals depend on it.
It is even used by farmers to help with newborn animals such as lambs. Specialist animal care centres such as the Battersea Dogs Home in London and the Cat Protection League use Snugglesafe Microwave Heat Pad every day.
You will see that after it’s third hour it retains a constant temperature of around 52 degrees C. (123 degrees F) for the next 5 hours
The key to SnuggleSafe’s outstanding performance. The Thermapol™ interior undergoes a physical change of state during the heat cycle. While other conventional bedwarmers would be getting cooler, SnuggleSafe actually self generates extra heat giving an extended warmth unmatched by any other non-electric heater.
All SnuggleSafe Heat Pads come with a free soft cover!
RSPCA has some other awsomne ideas to keep you pets warm over winter here