New 2 Way Magnet Screen Door Moustiquaire Pet Dog Cat Safe Patio Door w/ Bolt #Unbranded
They’re simple to install: With the screen laying on the living room floor, clamp the two pet door frames together and cut out the screen in the center so the flap can swing through. In some cases the cat door will come with screen pre-installed and, in others, it will accept the screen you cut out so you’ll have a perfect match. Strong, wire screen is best. Avoid weak fiberglas screen that may not stand up to the impact of a pet going in and out.
The plight of the indoor-only cat: When wild animals come right up to the house windows but they can’t get to them. Cats are , and animals like squirrels, birds, and mice can be all too tempting. From climbing up a window screen to pawing at the door, cats will do just about anything when animals approach the home.
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A Cat-Proof Screen Door Update!
I have 2 indoor cats and several cats in the neighborhood come to my sliding glass door and create big holes in my screen by scratching. I have already replaced my screen once and do not want to do it again. What can I do to deter cats from coming to my back door and scratching big holes?
BeccaPet protection screen is a stronger version of fiberglass wire or nylon wire impregnated with PVC in 0.18 - 0.40 mm thickness, which is 2-3 times thicker than the standard window or door screen fabric. Its mesh size is 16 × 16,18 × 18, in black or grey color and guaranteed life 10 years. It can confidently confront cats and dogs claws and beak of a parrot - the claws and teeth of animals can not damage it. Pet mesh screen with reinforced aluminum frame protects the animals from falling out of the window.Bought one at Home Depot. It is heavy metal, enameled white and had pieces which stick out and can be screwed to a wooden door. Put one on a window as well to keep the cat from getting out. He kept pushing the screen with his head until it popped out. He got into too many fights, so he is now an indoor cat.Cheap dog / cat screen protector. We had a problem with the dogs pushing through the screen. We found screen protectors for normal size doors, but could find a good one that was cheap for a sliding door. What we came up with was using a roll of hardware cloth and screwing it to the sliding screen with stainless screws and washers. Total cost was around $18.00