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Fencing Felines

Posted by Pet Fence Battery Store on 8/4/2014

When the topic of conversation comes to pet fencing, most people tend to think of dogs being the only pets these underground fencing systems are for. The good news is they also work with cats. Cats can be trained with underground fences just as easily as dogs, and sometimes they learn even faster than dogs do.

Extend Their Play Area

Channel all of the typical fun-loving curiosity your cat displays into safe playtime, now to protectively include letting them go outside. Pet fencing is an ideal alternative to declawing cats who scratch furniture, and they help keep precious but bored kitties out of trouble spots inside and out including couches, closets, gardens, sheds, and more.

Poor Always-Indoors Kitty

It seems like a real sad thing to have a cat that never gets to experience the out of doors. They are really more in their element when they are outside than when we have them imprisoned 24/7 in our sealed-up homes. Cats are hunters. While the average domesticated cat has fairly poor skills when it comes to hunting, there’s something about allowing your little kitty to chase moving targets that abound everywhere in the world outdoors.

Invisible Fencing Is A Wonderful Option

Until the advent of pet fencing, loving cat owners really had no other options for safely allowing their cats outside, save putting them on a leash, which, if you have ever tried it, will not work well with most cats. Yes, there are some cats who have somehow been acclimated to the leash, but it’s not the norm.

The Only Type Of Fence You Can Rely On

Cats can learn how to climb, scale and leap over most traditional fences. This is the great thing about underground fencing. Once Kitty learns the boundaries, she will remain put, within the confines of her new outward bound territory. And she will thank you for the extra room to be wild.

Underground pet fencing will protect your cat(s) by keeping them away from cars, off the streets, and out of neighborhood trouble. They will be safe, free and happier all around.



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