The ease of creating a Cat Enclosure

Dr Katrina Warren explains that creating a safe outdoor space for your cat is easier than you might think. Did you know that you can use cat netting to enclose your entire backyard, a section of your yard or even just your balcony?


The Cat’s Meow of Cat Netting! Our products are designed with your cat’s P-A-W in mind. Protection, Awareness and Wellbeing of your cat and Australian wildlife is every cat owner’s responsibility.


You may not realise it, but your cat could be roaming the streets. Protect your cat from the risk of fights, becoming lost, disease, or being injured or killed by a vehicle.

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Australia has one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world, with over a quarter of Australian households owning a cat. There are approximately 6.5 million cats across Australia and pet cats account for around 3.77 million of the total cat population.

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In addition to keeping your cat enclosed, there are many ways to care for and protect your cat and become a more responsible cat owner. These include early desexing of your cat, vaccinations, microchipping and a good diet. 

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Benefits of Enclosing Your Cat

Keep Your Feline Friends Safe and Happy!

1. One Happy Cat
Let your cat soak up some sun! Keeping your cat outdoors in an enclosed area will keep them safe, stimulated and happy. Catnets also has a range of outdoor climbing platforms and toys to keep your cat active in the fresh air.

2. Avoiding Injury
By allowing your cat to roam around the neighborhood, there are many threats that you are exposing it to. Keep your cat safe and reduce the risk of your cat getting into fights with other cats, becoming lost, diseases, and the most significant risk of being injured or hit by a vehicle.

3. Reduced Vet Bills
With a safer outdoor environment you can promote more exercise and reduce other environmental threats to your cat, reducing your vet bills and increasing your cat’s wellbeing.

4. Quality Time
Enjoying the outdoors with your cat can be a healthy experience for the both of you. Spend quality time outdoors within the enclosure, and be sure to enrich your cat’s environment by adding climbing and scratching accessories to satisfy its natural instincts.

From the Cat-Demy Blog

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Every cat lover, regardless of their preferences, has at some point fallen in love with his looks, and how can you not fall in love with this little domestic tiger?

This is a relatively new breed but it is really hard to forget, here we will tell you all about the appearance, personality, and care of this toy tiger!

Cat Lovers guide to the Siamese Cat

The well-known Siamese cat is one of the most beautiful breeds in the feline world, its blue eyes and coat pattern make it unmistakable.

Despite being one of the oldest domestic cat breeds on the planet, many people are relatively uninformed about these felines, but with this guide we'll help you sort that out.

Cat Lovers guide to the Norwegian Forest Cat

This is one of the oldest cat breeds in Europe that impresses cat lovers with their fur that gives them an attractive and wild look and makes them look like a small lynx, but it also wins the affection of even the most skeptical with their authentic and affectionate personality.

It is a big, beautiful cat that is also good with children and pets? Maybe this is the ideal cat for you.

Cat Lovers guide to the Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat is a special breed because of their deep black fur and copper-colored eyes. They are known for being like small panthers but with a very affectionate and communicative character.

If you want to meet these friendly and elegant felines, I invite you to read this post and learn more about them.

Cat Lovers guide to the Scottish Fold Cat

The Scottish Fold or Scottish Fold cat is characterized by their slightly folded ears, their very round head, and their thick tail.

This, together with their wonderful character, have led it to become one of the most popular breeds in North America.

Not even celebrities like Taylor Swift or Ed Sheeran have been able to resist their charms, here we tell you all about this beloved and controversial breed

Cat Lovers guide to the Himalayan Cat

The Himalayan cat is a feline with a very special appearance, combining the best of their parents since they comes from a Persian cat and a Siamese cat, whose union results in their unparalleled beauty.

We invite you to meet the Himalayan cat, a breed obtained through experimentation with crossbreeding that debates their origins among three different countries.

Cat Lovers guide to the Munchkin Cat

Due to their peculiar characteristics such as elongated back and short legs, Munchkin cats have earned the name of "toy" or "dwarf" cats.

Munchkin cats have gained great popularity and are causing a furor. Anyone who sees them is captivated by their charms, even the most skeptical.

Cat Lovers guide to the Birman Cat

The Burmese cat or Birman cat is a beautiful breed of feline characterized by being a version of the Siamese cat.

They are noble, playful, and sociable, they love to spend time with their family and they are characterized mainly by their white gloves and for having an origin full of legends.