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Anyone info on Katzecure fencing

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by crumbles, Mar 30, 2011.


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  1. crumbles

    crumbles PetForums Junior

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    Hello, I'm new to this forum & wondered if any of you could help. We are thinking of getting the katzecure fencing- the type that works using rollers & wondered if anyone has this sysyem in place? Does it work? Is it effective? etc.
    I have 2 cats, 1 of which is pretty good at getting to places he shouldn't! Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
     
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    nattymariax PetForums Senior

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    Think theres a company on here that specialise in cat proofing and do this type of fencing so I'm sure they can give you lots of info. If you go on to the cats classified section you might find them there. The company is called Gold Leaf. Me and the OH are thinking of getting some kind of large cat run built :)

    Gold Leaf Fencing Company

    this is the website x
     
  3. crumbles

    crumbles PetForums Junior

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    thanks for the info. I have looked at their website & it does look like a good product, just want to be satisfied that it actually does what it says it does, I know it's pretty costly, so it would be great to know it works!
     
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    I know that they also do the felisafe system. If you consider this at all I would suggest only getting it if all your walls/fencing are at least 6 feet tall. I have it and two of mine still get out.

    FYI
     
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    I was about to purchase one of these systems from Goldleaf. I thought they were catproof, so your comment surprises and obviously worries me. Do you have the Katzecure or the Felisafe? Did you install it or did they? How do your cats still get out please?
     
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    I have the felisafe system which we installed ourselves. Not all our fences are tall enough I don't think. One of our cats is very athletic and can jump up and cling onto the bottom of a bracket then leap almost upside down to the top of the bracket and manages to scramble over. The other can scale the fence panel, pull the netting down with his weight and, after some effort, get over the top.
     
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    crumbles PetForums Junior

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    Thanks for the info - I was a bit put off with the netting product, as I can see one of my cats defying it - like yours. The rollers system looks pretty good though, it's difficult - no one wants to spend a big chunk of money, only to find it doesn't work!
     
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    Hmm.....it is extremely upsetting! :rolleyes: We have tried modifying it but they still manage to find some way of getting out. Will try AGAIN soon...maybe raise the brackets up but then they would be sticking up above the fence and it already doesn't look too pretty! :cryin:
     
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    Katzecure product now being installed by catpole systems independent installer have a look
     
  10. simplysardonic

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    Hi,

    It may be a better idea to put something about your business in the classifieds section of the forum rather than resurrecting ancient threads :)
     
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