We know that the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap stops neighbouring cats from gaining access to people’s homes, but it’s always nice to see the proof! A few customers have sent us photos of the neighbour’s cat trying (and failing) to get in through their SureFlaps.

While some neighbour cats continue to try to get in through a SureFlap, many will stop trying altogether when they realise that the SureFlap won’t open for them.

If the neighbour’s kitty can’t get in, then your cat won’t have to put up with being terrorised in his own home. You’ll probably find that you save money on cat food because you will no longer be feeding the neighbour’s cat as well as your own!

Do you have a SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap? Have you caught the neighbour’s cat trying to get in? If so, send your pictures to enquiries@sureflap.co.uk!

We’re also after videos that can demonstrate how robust the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap is. So if your neighbour’s cat is particularly persistent in trying to bash its way through the SureFlap, try to catch it on camera and send it to us!

Cheeky tom cat tries to get in the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap

A cheeky neighbourhood tom looks miffed he can't get in!

The neighbour's cat tries to get in the SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap

Stiggy from next door is foiled by the SureFlap!

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