Dear animal lovers and cat professionals,
I have a little "problem" and although I have 2 chicks (both about 2.5 years old and neutered) they have clean indoor cats but normally a beautiful fenced balcony cat tree, etc. are available. Well, sadly, I have modernization work at home which will draw up the winter and the balcony can not be walked on, not only to my disappointment but especially for the 2 chicks ...
You do feel sorry because they sometimes sit in front of the balcony door and look at me full of hope ... :( We have however a sweet little garden (approx. 10 minutes away by car) in which we are often in the summer. I 've been thinking set up a small enclosure and take them possibly, but I'm not sure if this is really a good idea to me ...
What do you say? Have you vlt have experience in such a situation?
Looking forward to helpful answers!
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it depends very much on the cat. some cat highly sensitive to changing revier or hate car rides, too short, like the plague. with whom one should not make the
However, a truly safe cat fence is ne expensive affair
Heii So really I do not have experience, but as long as these activities take? If they take a long time, I would do with the gardens. But if it does not take so long (about a week) it's not worth it. You can do it already, then the cat can play in the summer in your garden :)
Friends of mine take their cat every weekend with the country where they have a house, and where the cat gets clearance.
If your cats are well marked to you and possibly a signal Come to know (Delicious Lido Enge rattling like, you can also quickly train yourself), and if they get along with driving a car, then I would take them and grant them free passage. They will not leave. Cats are cautious, the race is not the same for miles away.
I always does it hurt to hear from indoor cats. We well it as my hangover. But remember that your cat again have to live a "balcony life" after the stay in the garden. I do not know if you should do to them.