No-Auto-Shutoff Heating Pad

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"No-Auto-Shutoff" Heating Pad Stays on Until You Shut if Off

Basic heating pad with easy-slide switch and no auto-shut-off. Heats to approximately 105° on low for the comfort and safety of baby mammals.

  • Standard size (12" x 15") has 3 heat settings. We recommend "low" for baby mammals (105 degrees).
  • Easy-to-use slide controller
  • Machine washable cover
  • No auto-shutoff. Stays on until you turn it off!

For baby animals, we recommend placing the heating pad under half of the container, with lots of bedding on top. This allows them to seek more warmth when they need it, or they can move to a cooler area if they become too warm.

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49 Reviews

  • 5
    no auto shut off heating pad

    Posted by richard allen breivogel on 23rd Nov 2020

    just a normal heating pad, but just what I wanted and could not find anywhere else. Shipped quick. Thank you very much.

  • 5
    No Auto shut off heating pad

    Posted by Amy on 2nd Nov 2020

    This is perfect !!!
    18 year old cat approved ♥️

  • 5
    NO Auto Shutoff Heating Pad

    Posted by Mary on 5th Oct 2020

    I purchased this heating pad for my mother in law whose feet are always cold at night. The no auto shutoff was perfect for her. The heating pad gets nice and hot and stays that way.

  • 5
    We like this pad because it is safe and has a no-auto shut of which we need to keep newborn mice warm.

    Posted by Lori Lunsford on 24th Sep 2020

    We enjoy this product

  • 5

    Posted by Beverly Hardin on 15th Sep 2020


  • 5
    Heating Pad

    Posted by Unknown on 2nd Sep 2020

    Exactly what I wanted and arrived quickly.

  • 5
    heating pad

    Posted by Susan on 4th May 2020

    Works great for my wildlife babies.

  • 5

    Posted by Jackie K Finley on 23rd Jan 2020

    My 5 week old flyer loves this heating pad.

  • 5
    No shut-off heating pad for animals

    Posted by Humane Society on 13th Jan 2020

    Really ideal for outside cats in the cold weather. Needs to be under cover like in a dog/cat house.

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