Confinement Cage
Here are two different confinement cage ideas. They are easy and inexpensive to make. See details in the descriptions under the pictures

We utilize confinement cages for:

1) Nursing queens and kittens
2) Recovering of sick/injured cats
3) Confinement for relocation (as a last choice)

The larger the confinements cage (given other limitations) the better as it reduces stress and provides space for movement and exercise.

Duration of confinement for relocation is 2-3 weeks. Do the cats stay after being released? In our experience the success rate is around 80% after 2-3 weeks.

Details:
www.flickr.com/photos/ucl/sets/72157624478423748/detail/

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For complete and detailed information regarding relocation, please see the below link from Alley Cat Allies
www.alleycat.org/NetCommunity/Page.aspx?pid=334

Contact: Ashot
aak14@yahoo.com

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