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Kittywalk Pet Gazebo
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- Netted outdoor cat Gazebo with hipped roof; ideal for yards
- Made with rip-stop collapsible netting
- Stands alone or easily be connects to other Kittywalk units (available separately)
- Sits on any flat surface and can be moved easily from place to place
- Overhead zipper allows easy access to pets; safety clasp keeps them in
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A snap to erect, the Gazebo can be used by itself or the doors can be removed so that it can easily be connected to: Kittywalk Lawn, Deck & Patio, 2/Curves, 4/Curves, T-Connect, Penthouse and Clubhouse. Fully enclosed the Gazebo sits on any flat surface and can be moved easily from place to place. An overhead zipper allows easy access to your pet and has a safety clasp to prevent your pet from opening and escaping.
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|Color||—||Black||brown||Black||Grey and White|
|Item Dimensions||70 x 70 x 38 in||17 x 120 x 17 in||37.25 x 76.75 x 68.75 in||24 x 24 x 72 in||22 x 30 x 29 in|
|Size||39” x 35” x 5”||Not Applicable||76.75 x 37.25 x 68.75 in.||Not Applicable||Stair|
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The parachute cord that holds the netting to the steel frame starts to rot during the second season outdoors. We have experienced this with all our kittywalk units. Buy some at your local hobby store to do repairs - you'll be doing them often, especially around the edges of netted doors.
Eventually the netting begins to rot as well. That's when your cats will find they can push through a weak spot and escape. Check for weak spots often and buy enough spare netting to do repairs.
I decided to update this after speaking with my vet. Apparently she has seen another case where a cat became entangled in the netting by getting its head wedged in the opening, and this poor cat strangled to death in a few short minutes, in front of the horrified owner who could not rescue the cat in time. She feels that it is not a reasonable assumption (as the manufacturer recommends) that users will clip their cats' claws prior to placing them in a Kittywalk enclosure, and doubts that even clipping the claws could prevent the kind of entanglement I witnessed and certainly could not prevent strangulation. I don't think any cat should be placed in one of these enclosures even if you are sitting there and watching them....and I would wager most people are not monitoring their cats that closely.
**Update May 31 2012** I received an email today from Jeff and Lise King of Kittywalk asking that I remove my review of the Kittywalk Gazebo from Amazon. What I find most interesting is that neither Jeff nor Lise responded to my email of May 2009 in which I described what happened to my cat. They didn't seem to care very much at the time, but now it appears that my review may be adversely affecting sales and so three years later I receive an email requesting that I remove my review and pointing me to new "precautions" listed for their product. All I can say is that their concern appears based solely upon their bottom line, not upon the real danger posed to any animal placed in this enclosure. I stand by my original review, and mourn the loss of my beautiful Zoe every day. I also thank all of the people who took the time to so kindly comment on my review, which was written in the moment of my pain, and though not very eloquent, was perhaps the more effective for that.