As a conscientious cat owner, you know that cats instinctively roam. And you also know that contained cat is a safe cat, away from dangers in the outside world such as cars, dogs, cat fights, animal baits and infectious diseases.
The Oscillot® System is the only cat containment system of its type in the world. Cats use a jump-grab-climb technique to scale fences. The Oscillot® System is designed to counteract this technique; effectively cat-proofing your fences.
The Oscillot® System has been designed for simple, DIY installation. It is suitable for most fence types including steel (Good Neighbour, Post & Rail & Galvanised) Timber and Masonry. The minimum recommended fence height for installation of the system is 1.80 metres.
The Oscillot® System is unobtrusive - absolutely no cages or netting - and it is available in a range of colours to tastefully blend with your fence. You can purchase the Oscillot® System online 24/7 in our online shop.
The Oscillot® System truly is an investment in your peace of mind, keeping your feline family members safe at home in their own cat-proof yard. Statistics show that contained cats statistically outlive free-roaming cats by up to eight years, that's eight years! If you want to keep your cats safe and prevent them from roaming, while ensuring your cat containment system is unobtrusive, and simple to install (and un-install if you move house) then you want to invest in the Oscillot® System.
Cat friendly, wildlife friendly... 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.
For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us. We always enjoy hearing from fellow cat lovers who care about the safety of their feline friends and the surrounding environment.
If you are unsure about DIY installation, you can request a measure and quote from our friends at Hire A Hubby. Or, if you are keen to install the system yourself, check out our 'How to measure your yard' guide for information on how to measure your yard and order the correct products and quantities.