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21 Aug, 2016 - 10:19 am
Ollie 01
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From: Albion park
Total posts: 2
I have a 3 year old kitty. Her name is Ollie. Shes a big concern at the moment because she has started to jump the fence. There are 2 dogs in that yard and I'm very concerned for her safety. The dogs are away at the moment, she has never ventured into the neighbours yard in the past but has done so since the dogs have been taken to be looked after somewhere else. She is mainly inside but likes to get out for a little while. I need advice and help to prevent her becoming dog dinner. Carlos
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12 Jan, 2017 - 8:52 pm
Marianne
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From: Murrumba Downs
Total posts: 899
Welcome to the forum smile

Definitely look into a way of cat proofing your fence. For a small yard, cat netting is a good option. Cat Max does them.

For a larger yard, Oscillot is a good choice - www.oscillot.com.au
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13 Jan, 2017 - 7:15 am
Ollie 01
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From: Albion park
Total posts: 2
Thanks for the info. I managed to enclose the pergola so she cant get out. The vicious dog has been taken away as well. What a relieficon
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13 Jan, 2017 - 11:40 am
Marianne
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From: Murrumba Downs
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Yay, glad you found a solution smile
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