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Keeping Indoor Cats Safe

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Here are some great suggestions for how to keep indoor cats safe, should they get outside. Building an enclosed space outside, that is accessible from inside, is just one way to keep them safe.
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December 3, 2015

Have your indoor cats wear an orange collar to mark them as a cat who shouldn't be outside, or a "convict kitty". This will help neighbors differentiate your cat from outdoor pets who don't need help.

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August 3, 2013

This is a page about building outdoor cat enclosures. Keeping your indoor cat safe and secure and allowing them some outdoor time is easy with a cat enclosure.

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