Quality cat Fences for Your yard
...McGregor cat fences
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Not only do we offer the best kits in the business at the lowest prices, but we won’t be undersold (see our price match policy); and with few exceptions shipping on all eastern orders over $99 is absolutely free. There’s no nonsense with our kits—no bendable extender arms that don’t bend, no kits that require a ton of extra gear to work right. All our kits, in 50, 100, 150, 200, and 300-foot lengths, come with everything you need except the gate. (To get a gate visit our Gates page.) We offer three kinds of kits: (1) standard kits; (2) kits with extra posts; and (3) kits to make an existing fence into a cat fence. Should you want dog fences or deer fences we sell those too.
Cat Fence Parts, Information, and Advice
If you don’t want a kit, use our step-by-step DIY guide to assemble the parts you want. Or else, simply visit our extensive product catalog and buy the parts desired. If you’d like to discuss your project with an expert, call us at 508-888-8305. If we’re busy or closed, leave a message. We’ll get back to you promptly. If you’d like a free quote, you can fill out a short form on this website, or phone in your information; either way, we’ll be glad to provide you with a quote listing everything you need.
the best cat fence kits in the business
...At the lowest prices
Cat Fence Types
Free-standing Fences (Above)
If you don’t have a pre-existing fence, a McGregor free-standing cat fence will provide your pet with a safe play area.
Existing Fence Conversion System (Below)
You can make an existing fence into a cat fence by putting our extender arms and fencing at the top and (if needed) a small barrier at the bottom.
My Fence Keeps Me Safe
We offer the best Cat Fence Kits
McGregor has the best cat fence kits in the business at the best prices. To browse our kits, click on the type of your choice: standard kits, kits with extra posts, and conversion kits – these last being kits for converting existing walls and fences into cat fences. We’ve also got gates, braces, and lots of parts, as well as the best installation videos on the web. So get a McGregor cat fence and install it yourself or get a local landscaper or handyman to do it. You and your cats will be really glad you did.
The Man behind McGregor Fences
Leonard has been in the fence business over 20 years. He started small, with a two-foot fence that reliably kept rabbits, woodchucks, and other critters out of vegetable gardens. The fence became known as “Mr. McGregor’s Fence” after Farmer McGregor in Beatrix Potter’s Tale of Peter Rabbit.
However, Leonard found that what people really wanted were fences for their cats and dogs and also fences that would keep out deer. So he had us develop those, working with established fence experts and distributors, to create leading lines of pet and deer fences–all of which has brought us to where we are today.