Warming A Small Room.......

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piggie-power

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Morning everyone.

I need a bit of help. I have a very small room at the end of my house that is just about big enough for a 120cm cage but the room is freezing and has no electric.

Any ideas how to warm it up as cheaply as possible?

Mr squeaky is getting very old now (he will be 7 in november!) and id like to keep him indoors for the remainder of his life but i want him incredibly comfortable x
 

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Yea even my shed has electric lol its very annoying! Are the snugglesafe pads safe to use? I know i looked at them years ago and read reviews of them exploding? :/
 

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Can't you just run an extension lead in and use an oil filled radiator? They are cheap to run and give off lots of heat without any nasty smells. ;)
 

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Yea even my shed has electric lol its very annoying! Are the snugglesafe pads safe to use? I know i looked at them years ago and read reviews of them exploding? :/

I've never known one explode. The microwave instructions on the pads are very clear giving timings for different wattages of microwaves.
 

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Oooooo i like this idea! Will need to put a few holes in my walls to run the lead through though but i'm sure the hubby wont mind :)
 

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I use one in my shed, its always toastie for the beasties. ;)
 
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