You’ll need to drill some holes in the panels and then zip-tie them to your railing. While this is a bit more work than some other options, it should be renter-friendly.
All you need to do is keep taller objects away from the railings. Things like sofas, chairs, and tables are all perfect jumping platforms for cats.
A useful addition to your existing balcony railing or wall. The idea is to make it taller, so your cat can’t jump over.
Cats sometimes enjoy munching on plants. As such, making a cat proof balcony is about more than stopping them from escaping. If you notice your cat is curious about plants, make sure you stick to ones that aren’t toxic.
Bird or cat spikes are one of the easiest ways to stop cats from jumping on a balcony railing. While they might not look friendly, they’re one of the most effective ways to catproof a balcony.