The reason cats climb is so that they can look down on almost every other animal — it’s also the reason they hate birds. ~K.C. Buffington

Backyard Cat Enclosures

Backyard cat enclosures are usually large with plenty of open space. The best way to give freedom for everyone is often to net over entire yards so that “WHO LET THE CATS OUT?” is no longer a problem.

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Side Alley Cat Enclosures

Side Alley cat enclosures are a good way to get a long cat run for your cats .They are often the most cost effective netted enclosure as most will attach from the house down to the fence, most needing only 2 walls.

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Free standing cat enclosures

Free standing cat enclosures and tunnels are a good way to form up temporary or portable enclosures. These often require only minimal fixing and can be built to many sizes to suit your area.

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Cat fence bracket systems

Cat fence bracket systems are a cheaper alternative to netting around entire backyards. These are not without their drawbacks; as with all fence systems they can be beaten by Houdini type cats.

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The cat play things

The cat play things; everyone’s favourite part of the job. The very best thing that you can give your cat is to get them up as high as possible and make it as fun as possible. Using many natural trees and timbers (often timber or trees that clients want to get rid of) we custom build all of our playthings just for your cat.

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