Cat Flaps & Doors
Cat Flaps and Doors
A cat flap provides your cat with the independence that they so enjoy and means that you won’t have to keep letting them in and out of the house. Cat flaps can be installed in a location to suit you including in doors, windows and walls. They are simple to install, and cats generally learn to use their own door with ease.
At Time for Paws we have an outstanding collection of cat flaps from the Cat Mate and Trixie ranges. From simple two-way flaps to sophisticated electronic models, we offer the perfect cat flaps for all homes and every budget.
Cat Flaps that Give You Control
4 way locking cat flaps are a wise investment if you would like to retain some control of your cat’s movements. These models can be set to allow your cat to enter but not leave the house, to leave but not re-enter or to come and go as it pleases. They can also be locked completely when you don’t want your cat to use their flap.
Cat Flaps with Magnetic Keys
Magnetic cat flaps are activated by a magnetic key fitted to your Cat's Collars. They are a great choice if you are finding that other cats in the neighbourhood are visiting your home. A visit from another cat can result in your house being sprayed or your cat’s food being eaten. Magnetic cat flaps are installed in the same way as a conventional model and are suitable for multi-cat households as replacement or additional keys are available.
Electronic Cat Flaps
The ultimate in cat flaps, electronic models are activated by your cat’s own implanted microchip. They can be programmed to cater for up to nine cats and feature timers so you can keep your cat indoors overnight or whenever it is preferably for your pet to stay indoors. This is a high-tech solution to entry control which prevents the neighbour’s cat from entering your home and gives you maximum control over your own cat’s movements.
Whether you have one cat or several cats, a cat flap will always make life much easier for both you and your pets. They love having their own door and you won’t be at their beck and call quite so much!
For further reading, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has a fantastic cat flap advice article