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    Using Cat Flaps


    If you have a a cat, then you might want to consider installing a couple of cat flaps in your house, specially if you get more than one. They are very practical because they give more freedom to your cat while at the same time saving you the trouble of opening the door every single time.

    It pays to have a professional install them so that they won't let water in whenever it rains; it's also important to make sure they're well fixed to the door so that they won't fall off with time.

    Attention to Thieves

    It's important to make sure that installing a cat door doesn't make it easier for burglars to break into your house by uninstalling them or by any other method. The standard placement for them is near the bottom of the door where your cat can walk through without having to jump up and balance on a ledge.

    Cat flaps are not considered to be big enough for a burglar to be able crawl through, but obviously they are a good size for a potential thief to get his hand through and gain access to your keys if you leave them dangling in the lock, or close by on the side

    Other Cats in the Area

    Even if cat doors won't let burglars of thieves break into your house, the neighborhood cats will have no trouble at all getting into your house, something that you might want to consider. If you want to avoid this situation, you can do so by getting a cat flap that is activated with a collar worn by your cat, thus making sure that it will only open for your ct.

    Normally working on a magnet, this means that the cat flap remains locked shut if approached by another cat, but when your cat comes near, the magnet on the collar releases the cat flap lock and he is allowed to pass through

    cat flaps will let your cat come in and out as it pleases without your help. If installed properly, they won't represent a safety risk. There are even some cat doors that will only open for your cat.

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