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    Making an assumption that you already have a down blanket for him? But for play, I would get two sheepskin and put them on the floor to sit on. Nice and cozy.

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    Hi, it sounds like an old house which means most likely its a drafty place also. In that case it matters quite much about what type of heater you using. For example convection heaters like oil-filled radiators won't make any real difference by heating the air, which is escaping through the insulation with draft. On the other hand a radiant heater pointed to the right direction would be able to make wonders by not wasting its power by heating the air but the objects and people directly in front of the radiant heater. - infrared heaters are radiant heaters for example.

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    Is there anyone who can recommend the best product among the ones listed here?

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