Page will help you select the right poly cat fencing roll for your project. There are many
different widths, lengths and different strengths.
Different strengths and heights of poly cat fencing are used for different
projects. In general, most customers use 7 1/2 foot high rolls of Critterfence
700. This type of fencing has some flexibility to it by design and cats have a
tough time climbing it. Also, cats and other animals can run into the fence at
full speed and bounce off without getting hurt. It's chew resistant but not chew
proof. If you have concerns with chewing, consider adding another
layer of steel at the base of the fence (see
cat fence rolls
) or switching to an all metal fence. The most popular
configuration is to use rolls of Critterfence 700 or 1100 for height and 3 feet
of 1" opening steel web on the bottom, overlapped onto the ground and staked to
the ground for chew protection. Chew protection is not necessarily only for your
cats, it's for outside animals that also may want to get in like coyotes or foxes. These
rolls of poly fencing are not found in stores.
Note: if you can break the
fencing with your hands it's really not suitable to keep cats in and other
animals out. We specialize in strong but lightweight, hard to climb fencing.
This poly fencing is used in particular for cats because it's somewhat flexible and hard for them to climb. To make an area completely escape proof for cats, you need a no-climb configuration as found in our no-climb cat fence kits. Some older or less athletic cats may not be able to climb this poly cat fencing without a no-climb design.
Click here to shop these fence rolls: Critterfence 700 Poly Cat Fencing
Click here to shop these fence rolls: Critterfence 800 Poly Cat Fencing
Click here to shop these fence rolls: Critterfence 1100 Poly Cat Fencing
Click here to shop these fence rolls: Critterfence 700 Poly Cat Fencing Reinforced Bottom