I already have two outdoor cat houses but I've been seeing a newbie (most likely abandoned) so I got a medium-sized cat house (16”x12”). It’s about the size of a wine box. Two might fit if the cat is less than a year old. Otherwise, this house should be for one cat.
This house is definitely solid, like a wooden house, but lightweight. And those inner foil walls feel quite durable. Although I wished the top or side would open to clean, the foil-insulated inner walls might make it easy to clean. Probably just wiping the mess would do. And also no opening means less air to seep through.
The heating pad is one of the best heating pads I’ve got. Unlike many heating pads, this one is soft and the cover is thick, soft, and velvety. Instead of having that stiff plastic-y heating pad, the cat will be able to sleep on a nice comfy heated mat.
I usually place straws in the outdoor houses (as you can see in my photo). But I’m gonna wait for a bit. Also, I’m going to leave the entry open because some of the cats have no clue how to use those flap doors. Once they get used to the house, I’ll attach the flap and add some straws. As you can see at the end of my video, the newbie was interested in this cat house.
One thing that I don’t like is the leg attachments. Those legs come off loose and don’t stay on at all. I would think each leg should click/twist to attach to the base, but no. So when I move or pick the house up, those four legs will fall off which is very annoying. I wrapped a rubber band around each leg to secure it better (as seen in my photos).