Did you know that cats that stay inside their homes tend to outlive their free roaming counterparts? Whether it’s to increase their survival odds, or just because you don’t want your kitty to come back sick or preggo, many people would love the Oscillot Cat Fence. It consists of a series of four-bladed aluminium paddles, which are mounted along fence lines between end posts containing bearings. When a cat tries to jump and scale the fence, they will place a paw on the paddle, which then spins; kitty cannot get traction, falls safely back to the ground, and then goes right back inside to tipping over some jars and doing more cat stuff. Each paddle measures 2 meters in length, so you need to buy according to the length of your fence. Given they’re $55 each, it can add up quick, but that’s a small price to pay for many worried homeowners who’ve been trying to keep their cat confined for too long.
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