Free-Standing Cat Fence Enclosure System

Why Purr...fect Fence? Purr...fect Cat Fence has been keeping thousands of cats safe for close to twenty years. We are the only cat containment system with a pivoting arm at the top. Our patented design ensures that even the craftiest cats can't escape. Our cat enclosures can be installed free-standing or added to an existing fence or wall to make it cat-proof. Give your cats the freedom they deserve to enjoy the great outdoors without worrying about their safety. » See Testimonials

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Cat Fence Enclosure System - How it Works

A single 100' Free-Standing Cat Containment System is designed to secure a perimeter of 100 linear feet but you can construct the system to suit your needs and can use multiple kits to make your system as big as you would like. 

The extremely strong yet flexible poly mesh makes climbing very difficult, but the safeguards for our cat containment systems are the Cat-Proofer™ extender arms which enable the entire upper section of the fence to pivot. The cat's weight causes these horizontal extension arms to swing downward, safely returning your pet to the ground. Once the cat's weight is released from the mesh, the spring-loaded extenders immediately return the upper section of the fence to its horizontal position.

Our system is built to last. The posts, arms, and welded wire are galvanized steel with a black powder coating and all the arm hardware and spring are stainless. All other metal components are galvanized or stainless steel and the plastic fence UV stabilized with carbon black and chemical UV inhibitors.

A single kit made into a square would be 25' x 25' (625 square feet) but most customers use the back of their house as a "side" allowing a kit to make a bigger overall enclosure and easier access for the cats. One example of a single kit enclosure off the back of a house would be 28' x 43' (so 28' out from the house - over 43' and back 28') making an enclosure that is 1,204 square feet. A two kit enclosure off the back of a house could be 65' x 65' (so 65' out from the house - over 65' and back 65') making an enclosure that is 4,225 square feet.

The system is designed to be installed by the homeowner so it is not difficult to do (site dependent). If it is something you do not want to do yourself we would recommend using a local handyman. An instructional DVD is included along with written instructions. We are also available to help you figure out how to use our systems on your property and can also talk/email you through almost any unforeseen obstacles you may run into during installation: 888-280-4066 or email Sending pictures can be helpful :)

  • For every 100 feet ordered, it will include:
    • (1) Installation Video - DVD
    • (1) Written Instructions/Parts List
    • (8) Posts  - 80" long black powder coated 16 gauge galvanized steel
    • (8) Sleeves - 24" long formed 16 gauge galvanized steel (driven into the ground to support posts)
    • (1) Driving Cap - Solid milled steel (used to drive sleeves)
    • (16) Self-Tapping Screws - 10mm x 3/4" zinc self-drilling and tapping screw (secures posts to sleeves)
    • (1) Bit - 10mm driver bit (used w/ drill to install self-tapping screws)
    • (8) Post Caps - Black UV stabilized molded polypropylene
    • (8) Cat-Proofer Arms - black powder coated formed/welded galvanized steel, stainless steel spring and hardware
    • (8) Set Screws - 5/16" x 1/2" black zinc screw, 4mm (used to secure the arms to the posts)
    • (1) 7.5' Extra Heavy Duty Fence - 7.5' x 100' extruded and bi-oriented black UV stabilized polypropylene fence - mesh 1 3/4" x 1 3/4"
    • (1) Chew Guard - 2' x 100' galvanized 16 gauge steel welded wire with a black powder coat finish - mesh 1 3/4" x 1 3/4" (lower part of fence folds on ground and is staked to secure bottom of fence)
    • (200) Heavy Duty Ties - 8" x 120lb black UV stabilized zip ties (secures fence and welded wire to the posts and arms)
    • (400) Light Duty Ties - 8" x 50lb black UV stabilized zip ties (seams plastic fence to chew guard)
    • (60) Ground Stakes - 1/4" galvanized steel formed stakes (pins chew guard to the ground every 2')

    (1) Free-Standing Cat Containment System - 100' total shipping weight 140lbs, ships in four packages. In multi-kit orders, we will ship 200' fence rolls in place of 100' fence rolls and tape a couple of same boxes together so a (2) kit order will be six total packages instead of eight (savings in shipping is passed onto you via multi-kit discounting).

  • Our freestanding system is designed to be installed by the average handy homeowner. Below you will find links to instructions as well as a short video describing the process.

    Printable Installation Instructions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Installation Video (Introduction)

    A 100' kit includes (8) post assemblies (posts, sleeves, arms etc). If your layout includes multiple turns or very specific side lengths, you may need additional posts (see product 2-Post Kit). To determine if you need more posts using these rules: 

    1. Every end and corner/turn needs a post.
    2. Every change in grade (up/down) needs a post. 
    3. Measure between the posts that need to be in specific locations (see rules 1&2) and divide by 14' (maximum post spacing). 

    If the total posts you need is more than 8 x's the number of kits you are buying you need that many more posts.

    Have more questions? Visit our FAQ Section

  • Required: These tools are required to install this kit
    • Power Drill
    • Offset or Straight Snips
    • Sledge Hammer

    Optional: These tools will speed up & simplify installation
    • String and Stakes for laying out enclosure
    • Zip Tie Tool
    • Hog Ringer Tool

The Installed Purrfect Fence - The Ultimate Cat Fence

The components assemble to create the purrfect barrier to keep your cats safely in your yard and also critter out! The top portion of the cat fencing uses out durable UV resistant poly mesh and the bottom few fet of the fence uses powder coated welded wire. This bottom portion serves as a "chew guard" which keeps cats from digging or chewing their way out, and it keeps critters from getting in.

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