WHAT IS A CAT FENCE?.......AND WHY DO I NEED ONE?
Most domestic cats have a strong desire to be outside,
enjoying fresh air, sunshine and the natural environment. However, they
also can readily escape from any yard with a conventional fence. This
subjects them to the dangers of the street: They can be lost; hit by
cars; attacked by other animals; or even picked up by animal control.
The answer to this dilemma is the AFFORDABLE CAT FENCE.
Our cat fence is a barrier of netting supported by steel stanchions
which attach to the top of your existing fence. The barrier angles into
your yard providing an overhang which cats will not climb. There is also
a vertical component which inhibits the entry of animals from outside
How does it work?
While cats are excellent climbers, they will not climb on unstable
surfaces. We provide an almost-invisible barrier (polypropylene netting)
angled to prevent their escape from your yard, patio or deck.
How is it installed?
You will be provided with all materials and clear, easy-to-follow
instructions. All you need are a few common hand tools (screwdriver/nutdriver
How much does it cost?
Cost varies according to the size of your yard and the number of gates
and trees. Basic cost is $1 per linear foot of fence, including all the
stanchions, hardware and netting required. Gates and tree kits are
extra...a small price to pay for your cat's happiness and your peace of
How to order a cat fence kit
Print out this form and submit with check or money order
AFFORDABLE CAT FENCE CO.
P.O. Box 12338
San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 736 (CATS) 2287
Toll-Free: 1-888-840 CATS
Type of fence (chain-link, wooden,
Number of fence posts (chain-link
Linear feet (incl. gates)_________________ x $1.00 =
Number of gates (metal/wood)___________ x $5.00 =
Number of tree kits (with yard order)_________ x $15.00
(tree kits sold separately at $25 each)
Tax (Texas residents only) add 7.75% _____________
Shipping and handling + $17.00 Total: _____________
Just return all materials within 30 days and get a full refund.
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