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Cat Flap – How To Stop Other Cats From Getting Into Your House

The benefit of having a normal cat flap at home is that your cat can come in and out as it pleases. No more need to drop what you’re in the middle of just to open the door for you cat. One problem with a cat flap at home, of course, is that other animals – any number of them so long as they can squeeze through – can enter your home. That means it would be prudent if you can find some extra security for your cat flap,

Smelly indoors, damaged house items, a stressed out cat

One major problems with the standard cat flap: other animals – raccoons, other cats, small dogs, small kids – can get through. That other cats can get in is a big problem in itself, because that translates into other cats eating your cat’s food, peeing in your home (to mark their territory), pulling on your curtains, clawing up your rug and couch, bullying your cat, and possibly toppling and breaking household items.

Cat flap – a dirty home and a stressed out cat

Your cat is going to get stressed out when it gets bullied regularly. It’s not surprising to find cats hiding in some closet when you come home, proof they’ve been scared by something, or a couple of cats. Or hiding up somewhere hard to reach, like the highest book shelf. And then there’s the problem of the scent of pee and even other cat’s potty accidents in your kitchen or living room. Imagine allowing your child to play in such an unsanitary area.

Cat flap problem –  over time, you get to spend more money and time

When this trend continues, you may notice an increase in expenditures, for at least cat food – since you’re essentially feeding more cats than you actually own. Unless you want some extra work when you get home, you may get tired of perpetually needing to clean up the pee scent and poop in your house. You lose the opportunity to enjoy a home that’s clean of other cat’s pee and poo. Sad to say, but when confronted with this problem, some cat owners think about giving up their pets.

Cat flap – automatic pet doors help solve your problem

Automatic pet doors actually help – so please give up the idea of giving up your pet! In theory, these automatic pet doors open up to your pet and your pet alone. Ideally, no other animal should be able to get it. The cat flap is motor-powered and has a mechanism that senses a special collar your cat is to wear. It’s like a small garage door, when you think of it, one that opens only to your cat. You can compare the features and prices of various offered automatic cat flaps online, so you can see what suits your pet and your home.

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This post was written by admin on January 1, 2011

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