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My elderly kitty, Great Great Grandma, is semi-retired, and she has come to really appreciate some extra heat.

Here she is atop some greenhouses in my bathroom which are heated to 80 F 27 C 24/7.I gave her a little towel, but she seems to like it better right on the plastic.

Do your cats/dogs/other critters like your heated germination devices?

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aw the likes are so sweet . . .

Great Great Grandma appreciates it, too!

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Wherever there is a heat radiator and a pet around, then seedlings and pets make company toeach other.

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9 hours ago, DoomsDave said:

aw the likes are so sweet . . .

Great Great Grandma appreciates it, too!

But I was under the impression that it is always 'safe and warm' in LA and an artificial heater is superfluous.

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10 hours ago, Phoenikakias said:

But I was under the impression that it is always 'safe and warm' in LA and an artificial heater is superfluous.

Just like Athens!

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My pets get too close for comfort! My two parrots are flying klutzes. They often land in my palms, and grab a frond with their beak, for balance :rant: Imagine my frustration when one landed on my J. altifrons! :rage:

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Naples (inland), FL - technically 10a but more like 9b in the winter :hmm:

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Haha too cute! I don't have any germination device but my kitty loves to sleep on the radiator in winter :D

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