Here’s a video of my cat before I purchased Purrfect Fence: https://www.facebook.com/1314722278/posts/10216655466241797?sfns=mo
I was so skeptical about the Purrfect Fence working I called and received assurance that if I had proof (video) of my cat escaping from the Purrfect Fence, the company would either help us make it escape proof or give us a refund. So we made the purchase. So glad we bought this Fence!
We have four cats, but Boots is the only escape artist. Since we installed the Purrfect Fence, Boots has not escaped...not even once.
Last year one of our cats got out of the backyard and was killed by our neighbor’s dogs. Since then we have kept out cats locked inside, but our family was terrified of one getting out and it happening again. Our dogs could no longer use the dog door either because the cats would get out that way. Since we installed this fence topper our pets have been free to come and go into the backyard as they please. None have gotten out and for the first time since our cat passed we have peace of mind.
We went nuts trying to find a good way to keep our cats outside. After many failed DIY attempts we gave in and spent the money on the perfect fence. I hate to admit it but I should have done this all along and saved money and we wouldn't have had one of our little kitties escape and go missing. Would recommend to anyone wants to keep the cats safe in your yard.
I have a pride (7 cats!) and I was always worried or trying to find someone. I had tried everything including declawing,which I hated to do. But now even my little Houdini, who figured out every other fence type I had used, has not been out since the fence was installed. I installed it myself - all 300 lineal feet of it - in about five hours. I am 62 and live alone. It was quick and very easy and a Godsend for my peace of mind. My Vet has taken my word for it and recommends it to his pet parents now and will be getting it for his pets also. Great fencing systems!
Our story is that we had two cats who grew up together, our black girl cat and a boy cat. I let them go in and out as they pleased, as I had all of my previous cats. We had installed a cat door into the garage, so anytime they were out and we weren’t around to let them in the house, they could get in the garage for warmth, shelter or safety. My boy cat, Jethro was killed by a coyote in the summer of 2017 when he was 12. We found part of him in the woods behind our house. We were heartbroken. I like to have 2 kittens grow up together, so they have a playmate, so we immediately got two boy kittens after that.
We had a covered deck, so we screen it in ourselves to make a place for the new kittens to be able to get fresh air and see and hear the outdoors while staying safe. We installed a cat door from the house to the porch, so they could go on their porch as they wished. They and my older girl kitty loved their screen porch.
Our kids are now grown, so last fall, we decided to move to a one story house. It is an older ranch house and it has no back porch or deck or anywhere that we could adapt to make it to where the cats could get fresh air without a major undertaking. I saw your Purrfect Fence online and I investigated it. I watched every video that I could find and read the reviews and testimonials. I looked at it for a couple of months. Finally we bought it and installed it. I have attached a few photos of them in their yard. The light colored cat and stripy gray cat had never set foot on grass before we got the fence. They were hilarious doing some high stepping in the grass the first time they went out. The black one is my nearly 14 year old girl cat.
We put a cat flap in a window, so they can go in and out as they please. We also built a basic cat tree from perches we removed from our old screen porch when we moved, so they would have somewhere to get up off of the ground. We hope to build them some more sitting areas in the sp...
Our last 'solution" was a barricade made up of dog kennel fence panels connected together and attached to the house then covered with bird netting. It did the trick but, nothing compared to this system ! We love it !! Our 5 cats spend a lot of time outside. We haven't seen them even attempt to jump up or onto the system. Very happy ! Thank you Purr..fect fence !!!!
The Kitty Garden was given its name by my friend that helped me do the installation – just the 2 of us put it all up – not too bad! Thanks for all your help – it was well worth it – the kitties love it! I am seeing a whole new side of them!
Are purrfect fence has been fantastic and our cats have been outside many of times and have not been able to escape the yard. A very nice product. We also purchased the cat tree and I would recommend putting a cement foundation to support it at full height.
The fence gives us great peace of mind. Our cats are safe when other cats in the neighborhood have gone missing or been hit by cars.
Don’t tell yourself you will do this tomorrow; you and your pet may not have a tomorrow together. I’m sitting here looking out the patio door at my three cats playing so happily in my safely enclosedbackyard. I should be looking at my four cats, but one (Bart) is no longer with me. He was a free spirit and there was no way I could keep him indoors. Bart was my special guy, the feral kitten I raised and loved more than all the others (shhhh, don’t tell them that). One day he roamed into the neighbor’s yard and ingested poison. The vets tried everything but could not save him. He died in my arms.
I now have my Purrfect Fence installed. I thought about doing it for months, but just couldn’t bring myself to take that first step and order it – a mistake with deadly consequences. It is so wonderful to now know that my cats can enjoy the glorious outdoors and be safe. The stress level in the household is gone. Everyone is happy!
We live on a four-lane state route which gets busy for parts of the day, and I was afraid if they got out again, they might go in the road and get hit. So I started checking in my Cat Fancy magazines for something else, and found Purr...fect Fence. I ordered it and a gate, and my brother-in-law and I installed it a few weeks ago.
In the few weeks the Purr...fect Fence has been up, my four kitties really enjoy it. They can eat grass, lounge on the chair, or just lie on the grass. I've always gone out & visited with them everyday for about two hours. Now, I spend part of the time in the Purr...fect Fence and part in the shed. They hardly come inside anymore. I feel better knowing they're protected by this fence because we have raccoons, stray cats, and other animals around there. I think they're more relaxed having a larger area to play outside. Scratch used to go out and pace back and forth like we've all seen images of caged animals doing, and I was concerned she was starting to be bored, so I had to do something.
We received everything we ordered and needed quickly. Installation, for the most part, went well, the main problem we had was with the hardness of our ground - maybe you could develop heavy-duty poll inserts and stakes for those of us in the desert :)
But the best part is we LOVE OUR CAT YARD!! We have six cats and have always believed that although it is dangerous to let cats outside, they love to be outside and are healthier. So, we let them out, always worried something would happen to them (which it did to a couple) and figured a short life outside was better than a long life trapped indoors.
When we erected out cat fence we did not know how the cats would take to it - if they would try to escape, etc. But, after a short adjustment period, they are very content, the oldest (13 years old) to the youngest (just over one year old). Even my most restless wanderer never even made an attempt to escape! They have a cat door to go in and out of the house at will, and can now stay out all night on warm summer nights.
We can also now feed birds without being guilty of luring them to their death.
I would highly recommend the fence to every cat owner, it is definitely the best of both worlds for them, and are very content within their yard. We are considering adding on to the size of the enclosure in the future with additional fencing from you.
Thanks for a great product!
Our two cats, Nottingham and Tyra absolutely love the Purr...fect Fence. They are Bengals and accidentally got a taste of the outdoors when Nottingham figured out how to open the front door. I kept blaming my children and husband for leaving the door open. Ever since that incident, they would cry consistently to go out. Since we've gotten the Purr...fect Fence, they are outside from 6:30 in the morning until we go to bed. I even bring them their food outdoors!
I have to say a big THANK YOU!!! for coming up with such a great invention! The fencing with the spring arms was what it took to keep our little Houdini in the yard and safe!! And it has given all of our kitties and us our freedom back.
My husband installed the fencing and we were finally able (for the first time in over a year) to open the back door and just let the kitties run out – it was great!!! Now came the moment of truth – would it really keep Archer in? They all walked the perimeter checking everything out, with Archer looking for his escape route I’m sure. Which he eventually found, but not because of the fence, but because we have some trees close to the fence that we didn’t want to have to cut down if it could be avoided. So my husband made a few modifications around the trees so they couldn’t be climbed, and voila’ – one contained Houdini-kitty!!! And for the first time ever I feel good about them being outside, knowing they're safe, which is worth more than I can say.
Straightforward to put up. The only thing that we thought we’d mention- if you staple the netting closely to each post, the cat can climb up the post, then climb the regular fence- UNDER the netting, and get out! Our cat Maggie is a Houdini and figured out how to do that! Once we figured out how she got out, we stapled the netting close beside each wood post and she hasn’t escaped since.
We now have peace of mind that the cats can roam the netting enclosure, enjoy the outdoors without getting out! Thanks!
Converting our existing privacy fence was very straightforward. The fence materials are great quality and well-designed. I would recommend this company and its products to anyone who wants a safe enclosure for their cats.
This company was very helpful in reviewing our designs and making suggestions. So gar we really like it and it is keeping our 3 large cats in our yard.
Outside cats can't get in, makes cat happy that no one bothers her. Thanks.
Late last summer, a stray kitty adopted us. He was very thin and his ears were all bloody from weeks of scratching due to a terrible case of ear mites. I decided that this cat would be an indoor cat. After a week of constant meowing, I decided it was selfish of me to keep “Honey Bunches of Kitty” inside since he was used to the outdoors.
I realized that he was better off being happy even if there was a chance I could lose him also. In early April, Kitty got an abscess on his face due to cat bite. The vet became suspicious because he was getting abscesses so easily, so he decided to test him for feline leukemia and aids, which is not uncommon in stray cats. As it turns out, Honey Bunches of Kitty has feline leukemia which makes him much more susceptible to infections. This time, I felt I had no choice. Kitty would have to be an indoor cat. We kept him in for 2 very long weeks of constant meowing and howling. Within a few days I placed an order for 300’ of Purr..Fect Fence. While we were waiting for the fence to arrive, I prepared the area, cleaning out brush and trimming tree branches. It took a weekend for two of us to install the fence. Getting Purr..Fect Fence was the best thing we ever did. Our whole backyard is enclosed and Honey Bunches of Kitty can keep us company on our deck and around the hot tub and pool. He’s so much happier now and so am I.
Our three kitties have a kitty door and are free to go in and out of the house during the day, and it's good to look out there and see them watching birds and enjoying sunshine. Our one cat in particular, Otis, LOVES it outside. The fence has given me some peace of mind, too--I can relax a little while they're outside because we've given them a measure of safety from the road that runs below our house and the coyotes that use our neighboring greenbelt as a trail. It was worth every penny we paid, that's for sure.
We have 7 cats, 6 of which now go into our enclosed yard. They are so happy and love to be in the yard so much. The photo is of our oldest cat, Sammy. He was indoor/outdoor when we originally adopted him.
Due to some scary issues (a bad fight that required a vet visit and then he was missing for 2 nights on another occasion), we made him indoor only. That didn't go so well, so I started walking him on a leash with a walking jacket in our yard. That was fine, except it took up about 2 hours of my day each and every day. Then we added some more cats and at one point I tried walking 3 of them at the same time.
As you can imagine, it wasn't pretty. The Purrfect Fence gave me back about 2 hours of my life per day, so years of time when you add it all up!
I just wanted to let you know that ALL 10 (yes, ten...) of my feline children love being outside now that I have the "purrfect fence".... They are all "rescues" and range in age from 3 months to 16 years and the youngest was outside instantly, the rest soon followed and it seems like they have only come in to eat and sleep.
I installed this system for my two cats. It works!!!! they have not been able to scape. I live in the country with a quite big backyard. The net is not easy to break. I waited to write a review to see how this works for heavy snow. No dissapointed. It doesn not hold the snow! On top of this, we have had winds blowing more than 25MPH and the net didnt not move. I installed the system myself and had no problems whatsoever. Easy to install, just follow instructions. I had a tricky spot with a very narrow gate but I manage to make it work. I bought extra net and arms and delivery was fast.