If you have a cat that goes outside, then you know about the inconvenience of being their personal door attendant; a cat door can free you both up. There are many cat doors to choose from; examples include the Microchip Cat Door that only opens when a cat with a paired *microchip or collar key walks up to the door and the 4-Way Locking Big Cat Door for cats up to 25 lb. But regardless of which type of cat door you choose, you’ll still need to train your cat how to use it.Start with the right size
The first thing you’ll want to do is make sure you choose the correct size door so that your cat feels comfortable passing through it. You can figure out the right door size in 3 easy steps.
1: MEASURE WIDTH:
Measure the widest part of your cat, the chest or hips. Add one or two inches.
2: MEASURE HEIGHT:
Measure your cat from the top of the shoulders to the bottom of the chest...Continue Reading
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