Cat Supplies, Beds - Beds for Cats and Kittens

For over two decades, we have been a leading distributor of pet products in Western Canada, specializing in providing high-quality cat beds from premier brands. We understand the importance of comfort and security for our feline friends, and we believe that a good cat bed plays a crucial role in their overall health and well-being. Cat beds offer a private space for cats and kittens at every stage of their lives, providing them with the comfort they need to rest, sleep, and rejuvenate.

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As a trusted cat beds wholesale distributor, we are committed to offering a diverse selection of cat beds from the industry's most respected brands. Our comprehensive catalog caters to the unique needs of cats at every life stage, making us an ideal solution for pet shops, pet stores, and pet supplies stores in the Canadian market.

We recognize that cats have different preferences regarding their resting places. That's why our range includes various types of cat beds, such as heated beds, orthopedic beds, covered beds, and more. Each bed is designed with the comfort and safety of cats in mind, ensuring they get the rest they need.

In addition to offering a variety of cat beds, we also understand the importance of durability and quality. Our cat beds are designed to withstand the test of time, ensuring that our retail partners can provide their customers with products that offer long-lasting value.

We also acknowledge the importance of style in pet products. Our cat beds come in various designs, colors, and sizes to match any home decor. This ensures that while our beds provide the utmost comfort for cats, they add elegance to any room.

Lastly, we believe in the power of education. We strive to provide our retail partners with the necessary information about our products, helping them to communicate the benefits of a good cat bed to their customers. This includes explaining the importance of cat beds in maintaining a cat's health, reducing stress, and improving behavior.

Our dedication to quality and innovation ensures that our retail partners have access to the finest cat beds, allowing them to meet the evolving needs of discerning Canadian pet owners. We are proud to be a part of the journey of providing comfort and care to cats and kittens across Canada.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Q: What is the surface temperature of a heated cat bed?

Heated cat beds typically have internal thermostats that keep the surface of the bed at 10-15°F above ambient air temperature when your cat is not on the bed. When your cat lies on the bed, it warms to a maximum temperature of 102°F, which is the natural body temperature of cats.

Q: Does my cat have to lie on the bed to activate the heat?

No, heated cat beds are not pressure sensitive. They are designed to warm to your cat's normal body temperature when your cat lies on the bed. The heat will dissipate into the air when your cat is not on the bed, and the surface temperature will vary according to the ambient air temperature.

Q: How long can I leave a heated cat bed plugged in?

Heated cat beds are designed for 24/7 operation. It's actually easier on the thermostat if a bed is left plugged in and allowed to operate without interruption. However, it is recommended to unplug the bed if you leave your home for an extended period, as with any electrical appliance.

Q: Can I wash a heated cat bed?

Yes, but only certain parts of the bed. The procedure will vary slightly depending on the specific model of the bed. Generally, removable covers can be washed on the gentle cycle with cold water, then line dried. Always consult the manufacturer's instructions for specific washing guidelines.

Q: Can my cat carry bed bugs?

Bed bugs don't live on pets or spend as much time on your pet as the more common pests, but they can bite your pets. Bed bugs are very efficient hitchhikers and can be transported to your home via luggage, clothing, bedding, furniture, etc., so it's possible that bed bugs could also hitchhike in your cat's fur or its bedding.

Q: Are flea and tick preventives effective against bed bugs?

Only products labeled with bed bugs as a target pest should be used. If bed bugs are not listed on the label, the product may not be effective. And unlike fleas and ticks, bed bugs live in your home, not on your pet.

Q: What materials are commonly used in cat beds?

Cat beds are often made from a variety of materials including fleece, faux fur, cotton, and polyester. These materials are chosen for their softness, warmth, and durability. Some cat beds also include padding or stuffing for added comfort.

Q: Are there different types of cat beds?

Yes, there are several types of cat beds including donut beds, cave beds, heated beds, and orthopedic beds. Each type is designed for different preferences and needs of cats.

Q: How often should I replace my cat's bed?

The frequency of replacement depends on the quality of the bed and how much your cat uses it. However, a good rule of thumb is to replace the bed when it becomes worn out, dirty beyond cleaning, or no longer provides adequate support and comfort for your cat.

Q: Are cat beds necessary?

While not strictly necessary, a cat bed can provide a comfortable and safe space for your cat to rest and sleep. It can also help to keep cat hair contained in one area, making cleaning easier.

Q: How can I encourage my cat to use its bed?

Place the bed in a quiet, comfortable area where your cat likes to spend time. You can also try adding a familiar blanket or toy to the bed, or use a catnip spray to attract your cat to the bed.

Q: Can cat beds help with shedding?

Yes, having a designated cat bed can help contain shedding to one area, making it easier to clean up. Some cat beds also have removable, machine-washable covers for added convenience.

Q: Are there cat beds for cats with arthritis?

Yes, orthopedic cat beds are designed to provide extra support and comfort for cats with arthritis or other joint issues. These beds often feature memory foam padding to help relieve pressure on joints.

Q: What size cat bed should I get?

The size of the cat bed should be large enough for your cat to comfortably stretch out. However, some cats prefer smaller, more enclosed spaces. It's best to observe your cat's sleeping habits to determine the best bed size.

Q: Can kittens use cat beds?

Yes, kittens can use cat beds. However, it's important to ensure the bed is appropriate for the size of the kitten and does not pose any choking hazards.

Q: How do I clean a cat bed?

Most cat beds have removable covers that can be machine washed. For the bed itself, spot cleaning with a mild detergent is usually sufficient. Always check the manufacturer's cleaning instructions.

Q: Are there cat beds that can be used outdoors?

Yes, there are outdoor cat beds that are designed to withstand the elements. These beds are typically made from durable, water-resistant materials and may also include features like self-heating pads.

Q: Can a cat bed help with behavioral issues?

A cat bed can provide a safe, comfortable space for your cat, which can help reduce stress and anxiety. This can potentially help with behavioral issues related to stress, such as inappropriate urination.

Q: Are cat beds safe for cats?

Most cat beds are safe for cats as long as they are used as intended. However, it's important to regularly check the bed for any signs of wear and tear that could pose a safety risk, such as loose threads or torn fabric.

Q: Are there eco-friendly cat beds?

Yes, there are eco-friendly cat beds available that are made from sustainable or recycled materials. These beds are a great option for environmentally conscious pet owners.

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