I'm interested in getting some feedback about anyone's experience in using fence overhangs like this without the addition of a hot wire on an electric fence charger: From what I've read, any flexible netting that is strong, UV stable and rot resistant, mounted at a 45-degree angle, feels "floppy" and unstable enough to deter climbing predators such as raccoons and feral cats. Are they able to climb upwards and backwards to foil this kind of approach? Would you angle the 45 degrees OUTWARD, not inward? (And, yes, I realize fence overhangs do not thwart aerial threats from hawks and owls and that the addition of a hot wire would be best.) We're going to be covering our double run with rigid galvanized wire, but I'd like to hear about "real-world" stories using angled netting ALONE. Here's a couple of sites I found discussing this approach, with pictures of different mounting techniques: http://new.dpi.vic.gov.au/pets/all-about-cats/diy-cat-enclosure-and-fencing/cat-proof-fencing http://www.ccac.net.au/files/DIY_cat_proof_fencing_UAM06VandeKuyt.pdf Thanks for any tips or advice!