I'm finding I need to have a trap on hand in case of feral emergencies. Can anyone recommend one?
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4/12/09 at 5:13pm
Doesn't need two doors, BUT having the second door, aka a guillotine door, allows you to transfer the cat into another cage without it escaping,
The guillotine door moves up and down, the trap door is a little more difficult to manage.
Also, if you are keeping the cat in the cage after surgery, you can push the cat towards one end, and open the guillotine door to put in provisions without the cat escaping - especially if you have a separator that keeps him trapped at one end while you are working at the other end.
I was so thankful to have the extra door while my ferals were recovering from surgery. I was able to care for them without fear that they would escape while I was changing the litter, or putting in food and water. I was able to replace used towels, and clean up the cage a little better while the cat was living in it.
Maybe someone else can explain better.