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    We have several outdoor cats that we allow to seek shelter in our basement. They walk on the ductwork, and have ripped a lot of it down.

    I don't want to close off the basement to prevent their entry.

    What are my options? Be kind please.

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    Have sheet metal installed insteadof flex or ductboard. No cat I've ever met can wreck tin.


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    Thank you Dave! Is it expensive to install?

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    Depends on what you have now. Tin is usually more expesive to install than any kind of flex or duct board. But if the exsisting stuff is out in the open and easy to get to (which it must be since the kitty's can get to it), it shouldn't be terribly hard to replace.

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    Thank you Amickracing. This is such a helpful board.

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    shoot the ---------cats!!!!!!!

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    shoot the damn cats!!!

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    shoot the cats

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    shoot the m----- f------ cats!!!!!!!!!!

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    that would be a real joy to work in that basement

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    shoot criminals .not cats! Since we are the caretakers of animals, we must be their caregivers. Relocating the cats is an option . sheet metal ducts are another one. Its your basement. The decision you make is for the animals and you>
    never say never

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    My dog is hounding me!
    never say never

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