Every pet owner loves their pet no matter what they do or how they behave. Like all other pets, cats are prone to chills during the cooler months despite their fur. All cat owners want to make sure their fur babies are warm and comfortable when they are cold.
Blankets are an easy way to ensure your cat’s warmth and comfort in the winter months, but it isn’t as easy as just buying the first blanket you see. It should be a blanket with the perfect weight, size, texture, and strength. You will find all of those criteria and more in our list of favorites.
This cat blanket boasts water resistance as one of its capabilities without compromising on durability or ease of cleaning.
While this blanket is extremely soft and makes your cat want to snuggle up inside of it, it can also provide a sense of comfort for cats in stressful situations.
This set of blankets is super soft to keep even the most stubborn cats coming back to it, but it also provides the right amount of warmth for your kitties.
This blanket comes loaded with plenty of padding and soft material, so your feline friends can enjoy the blanket whichever way they want.
This brightly-colored blanket won’t lose its pop when washed, which is good because it is so cuddly your cat will want to take it with them wherever they go.
Purchasing the perfect blanket that your fur baby will appreciate and use for years to come can be a difficult task. Luckily, we have assembled a list of key things to look for when buying a blanket for your cat:
A: Some of our favorite cat blankets can also be used for dogs, so be sure to pay close attention to which size you are buying. Our best tip is to think about how you want to use this blanket and order from their sizing guides. If it’s to cover furniture, get a bigger blanket. If you want one for your cat to cuddle and lay on, a smaller size should suffice.
A: Most of these blankets should be made well enough to survive the wash. However, we recommend reading the wash instructions that are printed on the blanket or come with it. If you are concerned, hand washing and line drying shouldn’t harm any of these blankets.