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ProtectaPet® Cat Enclosure Brace


Bracket, Post & Ground Fixtures available separately

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Genuine ProtectaPet® designed and manufactured in Britain.

Product description

Keep your cat safe while they explore your cat safe garden with our Cat Enclosure Brace Kit for hard and soft landscaping. This easy to install DIY kit is modular within the ProtectaPet® Cat Enclosure range and enables you to add stability to upright posts.

We recommend fitting a ProtectaPet® Cat Enclosure Brace to every third post (every 9m), or in areas of high-pressure such as corners and gates. The features are: 

  • (1) Multi-directional diagonal braces add strength and rigidity 
  • (2) Patented technology with self-locking brace mounts allow easy installation with minimal tools
  • (3) Brace mounts can be fixed to any side of the post for inline (180°) or corner (90°) support
  • (4) Optimum aesthetic black powder-coated & slim profile posts
  • (5) Galvanised posts for long life in use

Why buy from ProtectaPet?

Our modular cat fencing components are designed to cat proof outdoor spaces of all shapes and sizes. Intuitive design for every day use: our products keep more than 30,000 cats safe.

Made in Britain
Made in Britain
We proudly assemble our components in Staffordshire, England and we have a license to use the official 'Made in Britain' mark.
Built to Last
Built to Last
All our components undergo rigorous testing and trialing, using the highest-quality materials to ensure quality and longevity in use.
Easy to Install
Easy to Install
Our fencing solutions come with Product Manuals and Video Tutorials. Not to mention, our friendly Customer Care team on phone and email.
Patented Technology
Patented Technology
Our innovative designs are protected by the Patent Office, ensuring authenticity and reliability across all of our unique products.

Get the experts in!

Would you prefer the peace of mind of professional installation? Typical cost for the average sized garden is £2,400 but prices start from as little as £1,000. We can usually book your installation between 2 to 6 weeks lead time with our Nationwide Engineers.

Not sure what you need?

Let us work it out. Our friendly Garden Design Consultants will take a look at photos of your garden and help you to calculate what is required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where the ground is unstable or you are fitting the enclosure in an exposed area, consider adding rigidity with braces. Cat Enclosure Braces can be fitted to every third post, on every corner and to gate frame posts to add rigidity and stability.

Ground spikes are used in all types of soft landscaping such as turf and soil. Ground spikes snuggly attach into 1.8m Cat Enclosure Posts and they are 66.5cm long. It is essential that you ensure there are no utilities underneath the area you wish to install the Cat Enclosure and isolate all power supplies before you start to dig.

You can securely attach Boltdown Plates to patio, paving slabs, stone, bricks and decking. Where you have tarmac, we'd recommend digging holes in the tarmac and using our ground spike cat enclosures instead.

A single gate width is 80cm on the external frame and 74cm on the internal throughfare. If you require wheelchair or ride-on-mower access, we suggest you choose the double width gate which is 160cm external frame and 154cm on the internal throughfare.

We suggest maximum post intervals of 3 metres or 9 feet. You can choose to brace the cat enclosure every third post or 9 metres for added stability in soft or unstable ground.

ProtectaPet cannot offer planning advice because regulations vary by area. Generally speaking, cat fencing solutions are not permanent structures and are below 2m in height. Please keep in mind that planning regulations in front gardens and in conservation areas are more restrictive. We advise you to contact your local authority for advice specific to your circumstances.

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