This was the single best decision we made a couple of years ago to have this fencing installed, and it still looks great! We had local fence installers put this up for us in 2019 due to the size needed, about 1/2 acre. We also had 2 large gates for the truck to get in/out and a small side gate for maintenance. I did alot of research before buying this fence and my biggest concern was that the fence would block our view of the back property/woods. This black fence just disappears when you look out so it's been great!
With 14 rescues, it took us a couple of months to find all the escape methods they figured out, but having things close to the house and the low ranch roof turned out to be the biggest problem, but it's ll resolved now and we only have one cat that continues to find new ways to escape, but the rest stay put, safe and sound. I cannot tell you how much we love this solution. I researched catios, tunnels, outdoor pens, and every conceivable way, but this is the best.
In addition to the free standing fence, we also had the extensions added to the top of our 8 ft cedar fence after I watched a kitten climb right up & over the top. That also works great too! This solution also cured the "deer issue" but I did use an old horse farm trick and tied strips of a white sheet onto the fence after a couple of bucks came in thru the big gates and tore it up. Now I keep the gates closed at night and they don't run into it.
The cats really look forward every morning to going out, weather permitting, and they even want to go out there when it rains or snows, but we manage that. We are glad we invested in this fence.
Great fence. Keeps my 3 kitties safe and sound plus covers a large space! Also still looks nice in my yard.
My young cats have a place to play, explore, rest in the sun, watch the squires, etc… all from the safety of the enclosure. After my previous cat got hit by a car and killed, I purchased this fence. I can rest peacefully knowing they are safe and secure.
One of our indoor-outdoor cats -- who used to be able to roam the neighborhood -- was lying down in his typical spot in the late evening in the front of the house a couple months ago when we discovered he had been bitten on his neck and slashed down his chest and belly. Fortunately, he got stitched up at the ER Vet and was fine. But my family decided both cats -- at age 15 -- are too old to be in fights! Yet they were raised with the freedom of being outdoors. I decided to purchase and build the Purr-Fect Cat Fence to completely enclose our backyard that already has a long cedar picket fence along 75% of area. We simply needed to surround the decorative post-and-rail fence to fully enclose the space. My family is so relieved that we have safe outdoor space for our adored tabby cats who love to spend some time each day in nature. The fence was a project, but I'm pretty handy and it wasn't too complicated to build. We likely didn't even need the top overhang, but I followed the instructions as they were. Thank you Purr-fect Cat Fence for providing this safe enclosure system for beloved cats.
I LOVE my Perfect Fence, and so do the Kitties. The two of them cry for me to open the cat door in the window screen so they can go outside each day. I bring the Kitties in at night because there are many wild animals up here.
I put staggered shelves on the outside of the house, and they love to go up and down, and also to sit on the shelves. They do zoomies outside, and sleep in the sunshine. My neighbor put up the fence in about a half a day, and they can not get out of the fence. They love it!
Thank you for this Purrfect Product!
I would be getting "yelled" at daily by Roxy and Mia if they couldn't go outside. The Purr-fect fence is a dream for all of us! They love it and I am confident they are safe in a residential neighborhood!
We started our Purrfect experience with 120' of free- standing fence. We soon saw that our cats needed more room, so added enough chew/ dig guard and Houdini Arms to enclose the remaining 6' of already fenced in area of our back yard( with the exception of a 26' x22' area for use as an RV parking spot. The chew/ dig guard was attached to the fence utilizing 1"x2"x8' and 3" screws through the fence boards into the horizontal 2"x4"s supporting the fence .On the top of the fence, we installed the bracket that supports the Houdini Arms with 3" wood screws through the fence boards into the top horizontal 2"x4" support. At the corners and gate, we used 1"x4" screwed to the 2"x4" fence supports and attached the bracket for the Houdini Arms, utilizing the hole to one side or the other depending on the need. All in all it was an interesting challenge to make it work. The cats are loving life, hunting again and quite content in their new wide open world!