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I always felt bad about keeping my cats inside but I also know that there are so many dangers awaiting them outside. We happen to live in an area where there are numerous busy streets and also an outdoor shooting range. Unfortunately a lot of people hate cats and do unspeakable things to them. So as they reached the senior citizen stage, I couldn’t take it any longer because I felt so bad about them never lying in the sun, breathing the fresh air, watching birds, squirrels and butterflies… so I started to think. After searching the net I saw that there are several professionally made outdoor cat cages and some home made ones. And I started to wonder if I would be able to do the same in our small neighborhood without it sticking out like a sore thumb. It’s not the prettiest design decision to have a chicken wired enclosure in your back yard and I’m sure a lot of my neighbors thought that I had finally lost it. I certainly got enough questions about what the heck I was doing now in our backyard (you can see more of our garden). It took me pretty long to come up with the exact plans and materials on how I was going to build the enclosure. I had many trips to Lowes and Home Depot to look around for what type of wire mesh, hardware and wood I was going to use. I started with drawing out some plans and after finishing the cage and comparing the childish looking plans to the actual cage, I came pretty close to what I dreamed of doing. I wish I could find them so I could post them here to show you.
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#1: Purchase secure outdoor cat runs. Instead of letting your feline roam the streets, buy midsize outdoor cat runs. These outside cages are well-worth the investment. You will experience much greater peace of mind knowing that your pet is safely confined in his outdoor cat runs. If you are hoping that your backyard fence will keep your pet from straying, you’re in for a surprise. While a tall fence may keep a kitten in your yard, once he starts to grow up, his instincts will kick in and he’ll be leaping into the neighbor’s yard in no time. To keep your pet safe, you absolutely need an outdoor cat cage. If you are on a tight budget, you don’t have to buy the biggest, most expensive outside cages you can find. Your outdoor cats will be just as happy with mid-sized outdoor cat runs.
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