Cat Fencing: Can Neighbourhood Cats Get into my Garden?
ProtectaPet is a leading brand in the pet products and services industry, dedicated to keeping cats safe within their garden territory. With our specially designed Cat Fence Brackets, we have successfully protected over 30,000 cats in the UK alone. Our innovative products ensure that cats can enjoy the outdoors while staying secure within their designated area.
The Importance of Cat Fence Brackets
Tips for Deterring Neighbourhood Cats
- Spay or Neuter Your Own Cats: Spaying or neutering your own cats can help reduce their territorial instincts, making them less likely to attract other cats into your garden.
- Feed Your Cats Inside: Avoid leaving any food in your garden as it can attract neighbourhood cats. Instead, feed your cats indoors to discourage other felines from entering your property.
Dealing with Neighbourhood Cats Intruding in Your Garden
- Stay Calm: If a cat finds itself trapped in your garden, it will likely be scared. Stay calm to keep the cat calm as well.
- Secure Your Own Cats: Lock your own cats inside your house to prevent any potential conflicts or territorial disputes.
- Provide an Exit: Leave a gate open or place a wheelie bin against a fence to create an exit route for the neighbourhood cat. This will allow them to leave your garden without any harm.
Tips for Going on Holiday
- Create an Exit Route: Always leave a wheelie bin or a piece of garden furniture against your fence. This will enable any neighbourhood cats that accidentally enter your garden to find their way out.