Many cat owners now confine their cats either totally inside their home or for at least part of the day.
The need has arisen because so many Councils are releasing cat laws that require some form of confinement.
In addition, many cat owners, concerned about the danger to their cats when they roam at night or during the day and to prevent their cats attacking nocturnal wildlife, are voluntarily and responsibly confining their cats.
In this article, we deal with the question of providing accommodation for cats where they need to be confined.
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1. What is the best way to confine a cat when needed?
2. What size should a cat cage be?