Xcluder® has been containing or excluding both pet and feral cats since 1996, when we first started designing fences and barriers. We have seen the value that pet cats bring to many people’s lives, but also the disease and environmental damage that cats can cause when in the wrong places.
A cat enclosure is an ideal way to provide your cat a healthy outdoor experience, whilst ensuring their, safety and protecting local wildlife. We have a range of cat fence or enclosure options and products that can be used to keep cats in or out.
There are three main categories of Catnet products:
- Fence line netting.
- Netting attached to existing structures (ie: verandah, patio, side alley etc).
- Stand-alone free-standing cat enclosure. Glass house frames have proven to be very suitable for building free standing enclosures.
Xcluder® supplies some of the cat netting and accessories required for a D.I.Y Catnet self-installation at wholesale prices. We supply a full list of products required for self-installation and although we do not stock all of these items they are readily available through hardware suppliers. Cat enclosures self-installed, on average, cost less than half of those installed by professionals.
Xcluder® does not provide measure-up or design assistance, nor do we do installations. We suggest you contact a builder, local handyman, or other knowledgeable person to assist with your design and measure-up.
Take a look at our Catnet products and accessories below and download one or both of these handy guides:
Add up the length of all netting edges, so you can work out how much wire rope or black edging rope you need, and how many eyelets and fastenings you will need to install your enclosure.
When you are ready to order, contact us to discuss your requirements.
Catnet mesh, low visibility 19mm x 19mm
High Density Polyethylene. This netting is designed to be “unnoticed”, and as such is the most commonly used netting for cat enclosures. The netting features a fine net twine, and gains added strength from having a small 19mm x 19mm mesh size. This net is manufactured to last, with UV protection and strengthened knots.
- Unobtrusive black netting / thin net twine
- Pre-Stretched - will not sag or stretch over time
- 19mm x 19mm Mesh Size
- Knotted High Density Polyethylene material
- Heat-strengthened knots
- Will not fray or unravel when cut to size
Available in widths of 1.2m, 1.8m and 3.0m. Sold in 5 metre lots.
- $26 incl. GST per 5m lot: 1.2m wide
- $39 incl. GST per 5m lot: 1.8m wide
- $65 incl. GST per 5m lot: 3.0m wide
- Note: the minimum purchase amount in any width is 5m and we only sell in 5m lots.
- $115 1.2m x 25m bulk roll
- $470 1.8m x 75m bulk roll
- 3.0m x 100m bulk rolls are available
Stainless 1.8mm. Same length as netting edge length, plus allow 1m or more for fixing wire rope grips and turnbuckles.
- $2 per metre
Black edging rope
Same length as netting edge length if fitting around entire netting edge, or length of any area where you want to directly fix netting to the structure, plus allow 1m or more for fixing wire rope grips and turnbuckles.
- $25 per 50m roll
Standard zipper kit
2m zipper length with slider, UV-treated binding twine, large-eyed sewing needle.
L-shape zipper kit
2m zipper length with slider, 1m zipper length with slider, UV-treated binding twine, large-eyed sewing needle.
Machine-sewn zipper panel
1.8m high UV-treated zipper panel, double-sided slider, stainless steel attachment points, installation instructions.
Contact us to order or for more information.
The items below are to give you an indication of what you will require to build your enclosure. We do not stock or sell these items but they are available at most hardware stores.
Wire rope grips
2 per run of wire rope.
1 turnbuckle per run of wire rope.
For fixing to timber surfaces. 1 per metre of wire rope run against timber, plus one at each angle and end of run.
For fixing to concrete or masonry surfaces. 1 per metre of wire rope run against concrete or masonry, plus one at each angle and end of run.
For fixing to steel surfaces. 1 per metre of wire rope run against steel, plus one at each angle and end of run.
For fixing through structures. 1 per metre of wire rope run where required, plus one at each angle and end of run.
5 per metre (20cm apart) when used with edging rope to attach directly to structures.
4 clips per metre of wire rope.
Cheaper alternative to Net-clips, packs of 100. 4 zip-ties per metre of wire rope.