Cat-Safe Kitchen Design

Did your curious kitten burn its paws?

Here's a solution from Jamie Gold, AKBD, CAPS of the popular kitchen design blog GOLD NOTES.

"You can reduce the chance of your cat burning its paws by changing from gas or electric cooking to induction. An induction burner will only heat up when there's a pot covering it. It will also cool faster than an electric or gas burner.

"If changing your range or cooktop is not an option right now, and you have a curious cat, you can keep the burners covered when they're not in use."


Protect your pets paws from burning with a Burner Kover from Range Kleen
© Jamie Gold Kitchen and Bath Design, LLC. Used with permission

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Induction cooktop

Induction Cooktop

The induction cooktop shown here is not only cat-safe, it's also energy-efficient and a great way to cook. You can hear this discussed in the True Story video Sweet & Savory.

To see more photos of this induction cooktop, read this True Story: Sweet & Savory.

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Burner Kovers

Jamie mentions Burner Kovers from Range Kleen. They come in round, square and rectangular shapes with many choices of decorative patterns. Find out more on the Range Kleen website.

Disclaimer: Kitchen Views has no connection to Range Kleen. We only mention the product for your consideration since Jamie Gold mentioned the idea to protect your cat.

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