Revolutionary cat fence will let your cats enjoy the outdoors but will keep them safe in your yard
Peace of mind and endless entertainment. (Scroll down for video)
"The Oscillot® System 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; the cat cannot get traction and falls safely back to the ground," the revolutionary cat containment system shared on their site.
"The Oscillot® System is fast becoming the first choice for cat owners in Australia, and across the world, because there are no wires, no cages and no netting, it is cat friendly, unobtrusive and can turn almost any fence into a cat proof fence, easily and cost effectively."
"The Oscillot® System has no wires, and no electric current, it is completely safe and will not cause harm to your cat, wildlife, or little curious hands that may reach up and touch the system. Containing your cat is not only the best way to keep your cat safe, but it also protects native wildlife living in neighbouring parks and reserves."
Watch these failed escapes in the video below!
"The Oscillot® System is the only cat containment system endorsed by the Animal Welfare League of Australia and the Animal Welfare League of Queensland."
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