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My dad created a door dasher...

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by Seiitsu, Apr 3, 2011.


  1. Seiitsu

    Seiitsu PetForums Newbie

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    It finally happened, my dad let her outside without supervision too many times. Now she bolts as soon as the doors opened and it can take ten minutes to get her back...we want to put up a fence but we live in an apartment so we can't do that...does anyone know of removable fencing? Like, something we could easily take down when we move but something that will keep her in the yard? Because I'm really worried she's going to hurt herself...
     
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  4. buffie

    buffie Mentored by Meeko

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    Me too :w00t: how awful is that :(






    Have been looking for a link for you to some of the members cat runs but cant find them,but if you spend a bit of time going back over past threads you will find lots of info on cat runs which can easily be put up and taken down.I believe ebay have quite a few .
     
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    Can you not put her in another room whilst you leave the house? So she cannot run out the house.

    I dont think a fence which electric shocks your cat is a very nice idea...
     
  6. Shayden

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    omg! i didnt know it caused electric shocks!.... i just googled and clicked the first link! it said something about beeping! i thought it just let out an annoying pitch only cats can hear or sumink!

    OK IGNORE THAT LINK!
     
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    It beeps when it approaches the 'correction' zone. And then it 'corrects' the cat when it gets in the zone. The other collars I have seen give shocks, this only says it 'corrects' them... so I cant tell what it does...
     
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    buffie Mentored by Meeko

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    I doubt if it says naughty kitty,go back now :rolleyes: :D.
     
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    Maybe it has a little catapult and throws food back into your yard! That would certainly keep my kitty entertained lol
     
  10. Seiitsu

    Seiitsu PetForums Newbie

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    Lol, the problem is we can't install an invisible fence in our backyard, and to glowworm we can't always find her when we're leaving, she comes out of nowhere and runs out, plus it would be a hassle to put her in a room everytime I want to go outside (I'm always running around lol)
     
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    is she neutered?
     
  12. Seiitsu

    Seiitsu PetForums Newbie

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    Spayed yes, it's not pregnancy I'm worried about it's getting hit by a car, or some kid shooting at her with a BB gun or something...
     
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