Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, we've installed more than a few systems to address behavioral problems.
Yes the full enclosures are, however the backyard perimeter enhancement is not 100% predator proof. We recommend that you keep your pets indoors when predators are most active typically dawn and dusk.
On a full enclosure, no. On a perimeter system, typically not, but there may be some adjustments necessary due to heavier than normal snowfall or traffic by larger animals (ie raccoons).
The initial on-site evaluation and estimate are free, within 25 miles of Denver. (Contact us if you live beyond that.) Follow up consultations may be billable.
Pricing is determined on a job-by-job basis as each project is unique in size, materials, and design.
Catmando accepts major credit cards.
We don't recommend putting food, water or litter boxes in the system, as that could attract other animals into the enclosure and potentially into your home. Mice, rats, squirrels, raccoons for example are all attracted to protein sources, and because cats are consummate carnivores, even their waste is high in protein and may attract other animals.
Yes, it can be done. If your cat has been free to roam up to now, it may be difficult to keep them in with a perimeter system. It may require a full enclosure. These cats have a mission!
In most cases NO, however you may need to get approval from your HOA, landlord or property manager.
A "kitten proof" enclosure can be built, but kittens are typically a bit crazy and very agile, so we don't recommend giving them access to a 'standard' enclosure until they are at least 8 months old.
It depends, but most enclosures can be taken down and re-installed at a new location.