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People For Cats - May 11, 2018 May 13, 2018

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It may be a good idea to install a cat door if you want to use a cat door inside your house to separate the litter area from the rest of the house or allow your cat access to a screened porch without keeping the door open all the time. People For Cats never recommends a cat door to the outside, because your cat can get outside without your knowledge, and outside critters can get into your house. My cats’ litter boxes are in my basement, and it made sense to install a cat door in the basement door. The PFC shelter has doors, so the cats can move freely between the outside pens and inside the shelter.

Install the door six inches from the floor, which is the right height for your cat to step through easily. Training your cat to use the cat door is pretty easy. At first, tie the flap open so as not to frighten kitty. Next, place the cat on one side of the door and you on the other side with food or treats. Most cats learn very quickly to pass through the door to get the treat! Sometimes this step needs to be repeated several time before kitty catches on. When you are comfortable with your cat’s being able to use the door, close down the flap. You may have noticed, at the shelter, we keep the cat doors tied open. That is because we constantly have new cats coming in and it is easier to leave the doors open than to keep training new cats!


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