Do you know how microchip chip cat flaps work? This post includes everything you need to know, including what features they include and what to look out for
With some basic tools and DIY know-how anyone can install a catflap in a wood or UPVC door although you may need the services of a glazier for glass doors.
Are other cats invading your home, eating your cat’s dinner or generally terrorising them?
A microchip cat flap could be just what you need, but which one?
Apart from it being a legal requirement for dogs, microchipping is a simple way to find your pet if they get lost as well as allowing you to use a microchipped pet door!
But what does it entail? How expensive is it? Will it hurt my pet? Find out in our guide >>