As parents, we know that baby and child proofing is important in ensuring the safety and well-being of our little ones. Toddlers and newly crawling babies love to explore and their curiosity often lead them to objects, places, and rooms where they can get hurt.
I am sure you can agree that the doors and off-limit rooms in our homes are usually where they love to navigate to. This can become a problem particularly when you have an indoor cat and you need to keep your baby away from the cat food and litter box.
We were in the exact same situation when our daughter started crawling. We were unable to find an easy solution and that is why we invented Door Buddy®.
Made right here in the USA, Door Buddy® gives new parents with cats a simple, affordable, and convenient way to keep their baby out of certain rooms while giving their cat easy access!
Perfect for the laundry room, bathroom, closet, cat’s favorite hangout room or any room in the house that has a door!
Compatible with all types of doors from bi-fold doors to pocket doors and even double doors! The simple hook and latch provide adults with easy and convenient access to the room from either side of the door.
Why not try Door Buddy® first before you cut a permanent hole to install a cat door? Or, thinking of getting a pet gate or baby gate? Why struggle with something that is so cumbersome to use. Door Buddy® is the simple solution you have been looking for.
So, what are you waiting for? Choose the easier way to give your cats a new safe space to eat, use the litter box, or just a place where your little one can’t chase or bug them!
Click the Buy it Now button above right now to finally get some relief for you and your cat. =^..^=
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Adult installation required. Install out of reach of children. This product is only a deterrent. It is not a substitute for proper adult supervision. Door Buddy is ideal for crawling babies and early stage toddlers. However, please keep in mind that due to the nature of the product older children that forcefully push the door may be able to exert enough pressure to cause the adhesive to separate from the door or door frame.