Posted by Lynette Hammond on May 17, 2016
Not all garden boundaries are suitable for fence top brackets and not everyone wants to enclose the entire outdoor space. The good news is there are other options available to fit in with everyone’s preferences and available outdoor space.
You don’t have to have a huge amount of outdoor space to add a cat containment system. There are plenty of options to choose from, making it possible for anyone to allow their pet cats the opportunity to benefit from additional outdoor space without putting their pet in danger.
Today we’re going to take a brief look at the options that are available.
1.The catio – the catio can be tailored to enclose all or part of your patio (or preferred outdoor area). It’s an easy way of allowing your cat access to the outdoors while allowing you to enjoy the rest of the space freely.
2.Cat balcony – the cat balcony secures the balcony attached to any floor of your home. Your cat can get some fresh air and you can rest safe in the knowledge that your cat is unable to jump off or escape.
3.Sealed roof cat run – Ideal for large or small areas, the sealed roof cat run can fit into any space you and be customised to allow your cat the best use of the space that’s available.
4.Free standing enclosure – the free standing enclosure works with patio or turf and there are different modular components to choose between. The enclosure is customisable too; you decide the size to fit in with your requirements.
Give us a call on 01782 900117 to learn more about the options available for small outdoor spaces or find ideas and inspiration for your ideal cat enclosure, here.
All prices are in GBP.
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