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Clippasafe Cot Bed Cat Net

Advantages: None for us really
Disadvantages: Does not do what it promises, net sags into the cot when weight is applied

Me and my Husband have always treated our cats as part of the family and they are totally spoilt, they are basically allowed to go where they want within the house whenever they want including the bedrooms and will often sleep on our bed with us. Our youn ...

K2705 02.08.2013 · Read full review
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Clippasafe Cot Cat Net - Not very safe at all

Advantages: none
Disadvantages: doesn't do what it says on the tin

When I discovered I was pregnant, the first thing that everybody said (after Congratulations), was "what are you going to do with the cats?". The general consensus of opinion seemed to be that having 3 cats was not compatible with having a baby in the ho ...

kismet 03.09.2008 · Read full review
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better in theory than in practice - Updated May 01

Advantages: nice idea, fairly discreet retracted
Disadvantages: not suitable for all gaps, noisy and awkward, a tenacious older toddler can unhook it

... but still might be right for you. But read on. We chose this gate for 2 main reasons: - unusually narrow stairway and hall, a visting Mum's portable stairgate simply wouldn't fit - I liked the idea of it rolling up and disappearing when not i ...

Cazz 27.03.2001 · Read full review
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Review of Lascal Kiddyguard

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excellent but expensive

Advantages: Secure, safe, unobstrusive when not in use
Disadvantages: Expensive (£50)

We recently wanted a gate to keep my daughter in her bedroom. The door frame is relatively narrow (about 70cm) and a lot of the stair gates were too narrow. Instead we bought a Kiddyguard. This is expensive (£50) but safe and versatile. Its like a vertica ...

ahenry 18.09.2000 · Read full review
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A Baby Gate That's Good To Go

Advantages: Portable. Secure. Relatively easy to put up and take down.
Disadvantages: More of a barrier than a gate.

CONTAINING MR MISCHIEF Having a precocious, 17 month old toddler with no sense of danger is hard work. He is constantly getting up to all sorts of mischief as he explores the world around him, and the stronger and more wilful he gets, the harder he ...

Hishyeness 02.03.2011 · Read full review
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