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Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door

Now that you have installed a Cedar Wood Insulated Outdoor Cat Shelter, or a Premium Combination Katkabin Insulated Outdoor Cat House, in your back yard, you might want to let your cat go out on its own and come back at night or when its hungry or tired. By doing this, you will find several advantages, one of which is that the cat will enjoy some freedom and engage in some exercise, but it will also free you from the duty of cleaning a kitty litter often.

Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door

To give your cat the freedom to be an outdoor cat and enjoy the comforts of the recently installed outdoor shelter. it will also be much to your benefit to install a Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door. This type of cat flap door will allow your cat to go out of the house at any time without requiring you to be present or interrupting your activities. Installing a Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door is very easy, even if you don’t have great building skills.

Installation

Installing a Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door is doable by most people, so you might want to try it and save yourself the money that it takes to hire someone to do it. You start by taking some measurements and determining how big you need the door to be. Cats’ sizes vary greatly and you don’t want the door to be too big or too small for your cat; and if your cat is still young, consider how much it will grow in the future.

Next, tools and materials have to be purchased, if you don’t have them already; they can be found in most hardware stores without problem. Of course, this will depend on the type of door in which you want to install the Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door in, as well as your building skills (if you’re a novice, stick with the simplest), but they generally include a saw, sand paper, door fixing, and safety goggles. You can use a pencil to draw a light template around the area you want to have the pet door cut out.

Then, use the saw that you bought to cut out the door, starting from the inside and moving gradually to the outside, instead of the other way around. After that, use the sand paper and make the area around the flap door as smooth as possible, so that your cat doesn’t get scratched. It’s a good idea to make the flap door just a big bigger than your cat’s expected maximum size so that it has a good slack for going through.

The flap fixings include both the flap as well as the screws; make sure that the flap is safely attached and it won’t get loose easily. After installing the flap door, it should go from one side to the other without any problem, and it shouldn’t fall down or make any strange noises when your cat uses the Staywell Manual 4 Way Locking Classic Cat Flap Door.

Description

Give your favorite felines the ability to come and go as they please. This cat door is generously sized for large cats or even small dogs up to 25 pounds. The 4-Way lock allows you to choose from four access options to control your pet’s access in and out of your home: open, locked, in-only or out-only. Open allows entry or exit; Locked does not allow entry or exit; In Only allows entry but no exit; and Out Only allows exit but no entry.

At PetSafe brand, we are passionate about creating innovative behavioral, containment and lifestyle product solutions to give you more great moments with your pets.

  • For cats up to 15 lbs.
  • Durable plastic frame.
  • 4-Way Lock.
  • Interior/Exterior people door and *wall installation.
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    This post was written by TKB_Editor on June 3, 2014

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