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There seems to be a rather large gap between the flap and the frame. Does anyone suffer from draughts or cold air during the winter?

asked on 15 June 2014

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The tunnel tends to shield the flap but there is some slight draught. This is nevitable as any tighter fit and the device wouldn't work.
AlanJohnPhoto
· 15 June 2014
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Hi
Yes,I'm afraid so. Seems to have got worse with wear but is still a good cat flap.

Carina Munro
· 15 June 2014
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Hi. There is only a very, very slim gap between flap and frame, just enough to ensure one fits inside the other.
I installed one of these earlier in the year, and have had no difficulties with draughts or cold air.
I would definitely recommend this cat flap. We were being visited by an unneutered Tom, as my 3 girls were becoming very upset. Since installing this, he has been unable to gain access, and now no longer visits the house to try to get in.

Gift Shopper
· 15 June 2014
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There shouldn't be a gap, suggest you contact manufacturer.
CarolS
· 16 June 2014
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Hi, ive used some sealant to fill in the gaps,and that works. Hope that helps you
dawn tozer
· 15 June 2014
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