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Contest: Thermotex provides pain relief for you…and your pet. (Closed)

Contest: Thermotex provides pain relief for you…and your pet. (Closed)


Oct 30, 2017

Update: Congrats to Amy P for winning the Thermotex Pet Bed!

Disclosure: I was provided a Thermotex Pet Bed in exchange for this post and a contest

You might find this hard to believe, but I wasn’t always a cat person. Despite what my daily posts about my cat Mindy might say.  No, I was always a dog person. But ever since the day my boyfriend and I adopted our cat Mindy, I’ve had one goal: Make Mindy happy. Now, I know that because it’s a cat, that might seem impossible, but it’s the truth and I’m determined to make it happen. If I can do something, anything to make Mindy happy, you can bet that I’m going to do it. Which is why I’ve been loving the Thermotex Pet Bed.

It should come as no surprise that Mindy loves finding the heat, almost all animals do.  In our house, we have heated floors in the bathroom, so I can often find Mindy curled up near the toilet soaking up the heat from the floors. While it’s cute, it’s also kind of gross.   So when Thermotex reached out and said the wanted to provide a Infrared Heating Pad for Mindy, I was immediately on board. Although I was a bit worried that she wouldn’t take to it right away.

Thermotex is a local Calgary company that specializes in pain relief…for both humans and pets. They’ve created these products that deliver deep-penetrating infrared heat to help soothe and relieve pain safely, effectively and expertly while helping you (or your pet) to relax. After just 20 minutes, the gentle infrared heat penetrates to depths of 2.36 inches promoting increased blood flow into the targeted area delivering nutrients, oxygen and proteins to keep tissues healthy while eliminating toxin build up and reducing inflammation

For humans, they have heating products that help with sore backs, knees, feet, wrists and elbows. And for your furry friends, they offer heating beds in three different sizes, and even products for horses.

When the small pet bed arrived, I opened it immediately and left it out for her to sniff. She did that for a while, but then quickly moved on.  Typical cat.  But a little while longer, I turned on the heating pad and let it warm up. I picked Mindy up, placed her in the bed and she basically hasn’t left. That was two weeks ago. I’m honestly so shocked how quickly she took to the bed, and how much she’s enjoying it.  Plus, she’s not lying on our bathroom floor anymore!

And while younger cats like Mindy are simply loving it for the heat, this has to be appealing to people with older cats and dogs that suffer from sore joints and arthritis.  I know one friend for sure was super excited when I posted about Mindy lying in the bed, saying that she had been looking for something just like this for her 18-year-old kitty. (All cats are kitties, never forget that.)

CONTEST:

Because Mindy simply loves this product so much, I’m so excited to be giving one away!  Up for grabs is the Thermotex Small Bed (For pets up to 12 lbs.). It will help provides your pet relief from Muscle pain and stiffness, Joint pain associated with arthritis and inflammation. And for all you penny-pinchers out there, the heated bed only costs less than 3 cents per day to operate on the low setting for 24 hours.

To enter, head to the comments and tell me the name of your pet and how you came to choose their name!

Second entry, Follow Thermotex on Twitter and tweet: “My furry friend deserves the best! I’m entered to win a @Thermotex heated pet bed from @mikesbloggity! https://goo.gl/hQJJV8”

You must live in Canada.
Contest closes Monday, November 6th.


Comments

  1. Aileen

    My cat’s name is Charly. Charly and her sister was given to us 2 months after we arrived in Calgary in 2006. Unfortunately, her sister passed away in 2014 due to congenital heart condition. I gave her the name Charly, just to be little bit unique for a female cat. She is all white with different colored eyes. She is 11 now and on he last vet appoinment, vet said she is doing fairly well for her age but has heart murmur. She loves soft warm bed.

  2. Melinda

    My cats name is Willow. This was her given name and we chose to stay with her name as this fits her to a T.

  3. Lindsay O’Reilly

    Our kitty is named Hindi . We rescued her with that name . We have since added on to it with Miss Hindi bengal ( because she is a bengal) pumpy, pumpernickel, monk short for monkey the list goes on lol.

  4. Carlyne

    My fur baby is Bull. He’s going to be 14 in February. When we went to adopt a kitty, Bull chose me as much as I chose him. My now ex didn’t want a wussy name for our boy, so we chose Bull. He certainly lives up to his name, he’s as head strong as his mummy.

  5. Kate

    My calico is Moxie Cleopatra! She is a rescue with a lot of personality so she has a lot of “moxie”

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