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Ani Mate Inc / Cat Mate 304 Small Locking Cat Door Flap - Brown
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Ani Mate Inc / Cat Mate 304 Small Locking Cat Door Flap - Brown

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Cat flap doors are devices that are placed on doors to allow your cat freedom to go in and out of a particular space. These cat doors are made from plastic flaps that aren't so heavy that your cat can't push its way through nor ...

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Cat flap doors are devices that are placed on doors to allow your cat freedom to go in and out of a particular space. These cat doors are made from plastic flaps that aren't so heavy that your cat can't push its way through nor is it so thin that it is very flimsy and falls apart. It's just the right thickness to allow your cat to go in and out of a particular space but still small enough to prevent intruders access inside.

Cat flap doors are quite handy if you have a door inside your house separating the basement and the rest of the house. For example, if you want to keep your kids locked out of the basement because they're not allowed downstairs; if you have a cat flap, the cat can still go to the basement while your children cannot. The same is true if you want to keep your pets locked in a particular part of the house during certain times. Just unlock the door when you want them to have access to the rest of the house again.

Cat doors really provide a lot of flexibility for home owners regardless of their situation. One good feature of a cat door is that they come in two pieces: the frame which you mount into a hole in your door, and the flap. If your flap gets clawed by your cat, chewed by your dog or another pet, just unscrew the cat flap door and replace it with a replacement door. A good replacement cat door is the Ani Mate Inc #304 Locking Cat Door from Pet Store.

Just unzip the old flap door and pop this unit in and your cat door is ready. There's no need to disassemble the cat door frame and definitely no need to replace the door. It's quick, easy and very affordable since it is also very modular. Try the Ani Mate Inc #304 Locking Cat Door for the ultimate convenience in cat door replacement.

This high quality product with its unique trimmable door liner assures neat, easy installation in all doors and walls and is also recommended for very thin panels and screens.

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Superb product Product Review by MICHAEL RUTH (Posted on 6/7/12)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: This door is by far the best because it has All the whistles and bells That you could think of including in but not out out but not in locks. Fit perfect.

great door Product Review by CATHERINE M BACOLAS (Posted on 8/25/10)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: This door works wonderfully. It allows my cats to come and go into our cat enclosure when ever they want. Ths door was easy for them to learn how to use. I had one for years at my other house and now at my new house...great product, great price.

CAT DOOR Product Review by DELLA D DALANEY (Posted on 5/26/10)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: One of my cats is rather large and this door allows him to come in or go out on his own. Or not if it's time for him to stay in. I like the fact that I can set it to let him in and then keep him in.

none Product Review by WYON HENDRIX (Posted on 4/1/12)
Rating
Unsatisfactory

Comments: I found the cat door easy to attach to the screen door, and it is well made, and a very good price. The trouble is, the flap is too hard to push through. We tried to prop it open until they got used to it. But it didn't help, they would go through as long as it was open, but if we closed it, they would not even try, we tried pushing them through, but that didn't work either.
We drilled holes in the flap, and one in the rim around it and wired it open. :-)
Sincerely
Wyon Hendrix