- Cat door for window screens and screen doors
- Clear, plastic flap prevents clawing and is easy to use
- Frame comes in grey only
- Easy installation
- 2-way locking system allows you to fully secure the flap when necessary
The Ideal Pet Product Screen Fit Pet Door for cats is designed to fit into windows and patio door pet screen doors. Don’t compromise the fresh air because you’re worried about bugs entering the house. Instead of keeping your window or screen door open, this convenient use cat door allows you to use your screen whenever you please, as it installs straight into the screen itself. This is the best screen door pet door flap for cats because the flap is clear, ABS plastic instead of screen material, preventing your cat from clawing and tearing the screen flap material common among other pet doors for screens and pet patio doors.
- Sturdy, plastic frame flap on the standard screen door comes in grey
- Clear, ABS plastic flap prevents clawing and is easy for cats to see through and use
- Magnetic closure keeps bugs out and helps with wind resistance
- 2-way dual slide locks system allows you to lock the flap when necessary
- Installs in window, sliding door, and storm door screens
- Available in one size (8 3/4" width x 10 1/4" height)
- Easy installation
- Designed for small to extra large cats; works as a small dog door as well
- Cats no longer claw the screen to be let out
- Kitties can come in and out as they please
- Allows you to have the screen door open, but the sliding door closed
- Avoid cutting holes in a door or wall
|Flap Size||Flap Dimension||Outside Frame Dimension|
|Ideal Screen Fit Cat Door||8 3⁄4" w x 10 1⁄4" h||10 5⁄8" w x 12 3⁄4" h|
Ideal Screen-Fit Cat Door Installation Instructions
Step 1: Select a screen for installation and remove the window or door screen from its frame.
Step 2: Lay the exterior side of the screen down on a flat, hard surface. Make sure the surface beneath the screen is protected from damage that could be caused by a utility knife.
Step 3: Measure your pet from the floor to the top of their shoulder. The top of the frame should be installed 2” above your pet's shoulders. It is also recommended you install the door at least 2” away from the frame to protect the door.
Step 4: Put the outside of the frame, with the magnet facing the bottom of the door, under the screen. Make sure the arrows at the top of the frame are pointing up. Align the bottom and side edges with the outside of the frame. Use a sharp utility knife to cut horizontal slits in the screen at both top hinge groove locations (Fig. 1).
Step 5: Place the flap assembly in the outside frame with the slide locks facing you. Do this by aligning both hinge posts at the top of the flap assembly with both hinge groove locations at the top of the frame. After, place the inside frame on top of the outside frame and align the cavities and posts (Fig. 2). Once aligned, use a mallet to carefully tap the frame together all around, sealing all gaps between the frames. This secures the flap assembly in place and holds the frames to the screen.
Step 6: Hold the flap up and cut the screen around the inner portion of the door with a sharp utility knife (Fig. 3). Trim away any excess screen from the inside, as it prevents the flap assembly from swinging freely (Fig. 4).
Step 7: Reinstall the screen panel into window or door frame.