The Cat’s Meow of Cat Netting! Our products are designed with your cat’s P-A-W in mind. Protection, Awareness and Wellbeing of your cat and Australian wildlife is every cat owner’s responsibility.


You may not realise it, but your cat could be roaming the streets. Protect your cat from the risk of fights, becoming lost, disease, or being injured or killed by a vehicle.

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New Zealand has one of the highest rates of pet ownership in the world, with over a quarter of New Zealand households owning a cat. There are approximately 1.13 million cats across New Zealand and pet cats account for around 3.77 million of the total cat population.

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In addition to keeping your cat enclosed, there are many ways to care for and protect your cat and become a more responsible cat owner. These include early desexing of your cat, vaccinations, microchipping and a good diet. 

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Benefits of Enclosing Your Cat

Keep Your Feline Friends Safe and Happy!

1. One Happy Cat
Let your cat soak up some sun! Keeping your cat outdoors in an enclosed area will keep them safe, stimulated and happy. Catnets also has a range of outdoor climbing platforms and toys to keep your cat active in the fresh air.

2. Avoiding Injury
By allowing your cat to roam around the neighborhood, there are many threats that you are exposing it to. Keep your cat safe and reduce the risk of your cat getting into fights with other cats, becoming lost, diseases, and the most significant risk of being injured or hit by a vehicle.

3. Reduced Vet Bills
With a safer outdoor environment you can promote more exercise and reduce other environmental threats to your cat, reducing your vet bills and increasing your cat’s wellbeing.

4. Quality Time
Enjoying the outdoors with your cat can be a healthy experience for the both of you. Spend quality time outdoors within the enclosure, and be sure to enrich your cat’s environment by adding climbing and scratching accessories to satisfy its natural instincts.

From the Cat-Demy Blog

Black Cats Are GOOD Luck

Whether you’re superstitious or not, everyone knows the one about black cats being unlucky.  In fact, some studies show that the belief is so strong that it affects adoption rates (though slightly)!

However, depending on the culture, many think that black cats are actually omens of good luck (this is the camp I’m in!).

Nice To Meet You: The Basics of Cat To Cat Introductions
Bringing another cat home can be a stressful experience, not just for the new cat, but also for the current, resident cat(s).  Given that cats are such territorial creatures, most newcomers will be met with trepidation, and a “threat until proven otherwise” viewpoint from the resident cat.
5 tips to keep your cat happy and safe
The past few years have seen a considerable shift in the number of cat owners choosing to keep their cat indoors or contained outdoors. There are many benefits to this; contained cats generally live longer than outdoor cats that roam freely, they're unlikely to get hit by a car, injured in fights with other animals, catch infectious diseases, kill wildlife or be a nuisance to neighbours.
Warning: Adolescence Ahead!
Adolescence is a cat’s teenage lifestage.  Thankfully, it’s a phase that most grow out of eventually.  Depending on who you ask, this lifestage usually goes from about 6 months of age to 2 years.  By the age of one year, a cat may look physically fully grown, but their brain is still developing at a rapid pace as they move towards a more mature adulthood.
Don’t Play Rough With Your Cat
Today’s blog post is more of a plea to cat owners. Many of my clients contact me because their cat is “attacking them”. Often these attacks can draw blood and get infected. The problem is, much of this behaviour has often been inadvertently conditioned/taught by owners. 
Dealing with your Cat's Food Obsession

Cats get pretty excited around food.  You can understand why -  food is survival, and in their natural environment, cats spend hours each day in the pursuit of it.

“Domestic” cats, especially those that are meal-fed (as opposed to free-fed), can get pretty vocal and energetic around meal times and when they see their owner head toward the magical food cupboard!

4 steps to build trust with your Cat
A cat – human relationship can be extremely rewarding.  In fact, many studies show that pet ownership has lots of beneficial health effects – everything from lower blood pressure, stress reduction and longevity, not to mention the positive mental health effects!
6 steps for caring for your senior Cat

Just like humans, as cats grow older their bodies can begin to slowly break down, developing aches, pains and other health problems. 

As cat guardians, we need to be aware of these changes, and understand how best we can support our fur-babies in the winter season of their lives.