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FedUpofLockdown123 Fri 21-Aug-20 11:36:53

I usually leave a window open so my cats can get in and out but looking at getting a cat flap instead to stop the paw printsgrin and it's starting to get cold.

I don't have much money at the moment so was looking at this until I can afford something better. Can anyone tell me if this will be any good or do I need to purchase a tunnel extender whatever that is confused. It will be being installed into a wooden front door.

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WillyWasAWatchdog Mon 24-Aug-20 20:42:05

I think you will need a tunnel otherwise the inside of the door will be exposed which could be rough on your cats belly and it could also get damp in the wood if a bit of rain gets in through the flap

FjorGynAndHotWater Mon 24-Aug-20 20:58:14

I'm sure that will be absolutely fine for a wooden door. The tunnel extenders are for putting a flap in a wall rather than a door!

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