The netting looks almost invisible and blends in with the surroundings.
Cat Fence-In Works
1. The overhead, flexible netting is awkward for a climbing cat, clinging to a fence, to maneuver a backward hanging or upside down climb. Also, he cannot get his paws through the small 3/4 inch mesh for a good hold.
2. The inside section of the COMBINATION barrier netting is angled 45º into the yard. A cat will not jump from the ground to a fence top if he sees the netting between him and his landing spot.
3. A stray cat will not jump from a fence top into a yard for the same reason. From a tall fence, a cat will jump straight down for the least impact. The netting's top edge is above his head and over two feet away.
4. The STRATO system's hanging netting forms an upside down pocket so a cat will not push the netting against the fence and work himself over the edge.
5. Cat Fence-In's design and placement on the fence prevents prolonged contact with a cat that might claw at or chew on the netting. The black polypropylene netting is strong (break load over 50 lbs. per sq. inch) yet lightweight and flexible. This netting along with the narrow steel brackets discourage stray cats from walking on the system.
6. We weave a wide attachment edge through one edge of the netting. This keeps the netting secured tight to the fence so cats can't get under the netting. It makes a sturdy no gap barrier. The customized brackets and rods are powder coated smoke gray to withstand the harshest elements. The netting has ultra violet ray inhibitors to stand up to the hottest sunlight. The system is designed to last indefinitely.
7. A cat accustomed to climbing over a fence, may try to get out once or twice. Failing this, he becomes accustomed to staying in the yard, considers it his territory, and becomes content with his safe domain.