Make sure your cat behaves as if you were standing right there. The PetSafe Wireless Indoor Cat Barrier is safe, easy to set up and very effective.
Just place the small, disk-shaped transmitter (about the size of a Frisbee) near the area you want to protect. Then adjust the range from as little as 2 feet to up to 10 feet.
When your pet gets near the signal a warning beep sounds on the receiver/collar. If he continues to approach the protected area, a mild correction is given. You can increase or decrease the correction to meet your cat's training needs.
You can protect multiple areas and cats with additional transmitters or collars. The receiver/collar is light and durable and specifically designed for cats with an elastic safety strip that will stretch in those instances where your cat is exploring in a tight place.
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Posted by Unknown on Jul 18th 2013
Like others I wanted to keep my cat from going out the dog door. I started with just the noise for a day and then put it on the lowest level. After two corrections he learned. He still tests it but only until he hears the noise and then goes the other way.
Posted by Elisa Gonzalez on Jul 4th 2013
I purchased this system because we could not keep our new kitten from going out the dog's door. Our dog is old and simply has to be able to "do her business" as she needs to. Kitty can't go outside because we literally have coyotes and foxes that hunt in the open space on the other side of our fence - a distance of less than ten feet. I was a little apprehensive of using shock tactics to keep my feline inside. When I first opened the packaging, I tried it on my own fingers at a medium setting and felt what I considered to be a good jolt. I tried it on the kitty, and she got outside very quickly - three times! She was completely unfazed by the shock. I then turned the collar to its highest setting. It was amazing! The cat entered the "danger zone," and zoomed back up the stairs, tail bushed out, to relative safety. Since that one big zap, the cat moves very carefully in the area of the basement where the dog's door is located. She has learned where the perimeter is all on her own. She very quickly learned to associate the beeping sound as a warning that she would soon be zapped. As soon as she hears the alert, she rapidly backs away to a safe area.
Given the choices, this one was the best one to make. What I also appreciate is that she has only had to be zapped one time before she decided that she didn't want to experience it again and again.
Posted by Kate on Jul 4th 2013
I got this product about 8 months ago. I use it so that my cats can not get out the dog door. I love it. It gives a nice warning so that they know to step back. It has put my mind as ease knowing my dog can get out to go potty but my cats won't get out. We live n a very busy street.
Posted by Dee on May 30th 2013
We needed a way to keep the cat from going out the dog door because of coyotes in the area. This system has worked wonderfully. It keeps our cat safe, but still allows the dog to go out when he needs to.
Posted by Carole Martin on May 2nd 2013
We wanted to keep the cat from going outside through the "doggy door" so we put the collar on him and put the transmitter beside the doggy door. He never went near the door again. After a week, we took the collar off of him and he has never tried to get out again.
Posted by Unknown on Feb 14th 2013
Instead of worrying about an actual barrier we might trip over, we used the Petsafe Indoor Cat Barrier. It has been a great solution to keep our cats out of the rooms we wanted to keep clean. With Radio Fence, why worry about making a trip to the store? It was easy to have our pet supply needs delivered to our door!
Posted by Lela on Dec 28th 2012
I have used this with two of my cats to keep them out of my living room. There is no more scratching the sofa and peeing to mark their spots. I now have a third cat and am purchasing another collar for her. I purchased two of the barriers to ensure the entire living room area was guarded.
Posted by Unknown on Jun 4th 2012
Works as expected.
Only "problem" if you want to call it that, is that the signal is omni-directional. So it took a bit of tweaking to get the signal just right so that it worked up stairs, but not shock the cat when we was walking in the basement. It is surprising how well the signal travels through walls and floors...almost too well. Would recommend.
Posted by Unknown on May 14th 2012
We recently purchased a new rug in our family room, and since then our 2 yr old cat (who has always used her litter box) has decided to poop on the new rug, while still using the litter box to pee. We have tried everything to deter her and nothing has worked. Once we found the right location and put the correction at the right level, she has not attempted to enter the room. Thank goodness. She has since pooped on a different rug, and if she does so again, we will purchase another transmitter. Long and short, this has solved our problem and worth the money spent.
Posted by Unknown on May 11th 2012
This works great and has solved our problem, which was one cat continually attacking our other cat, who never leaves her room -- an upstairs office -- by her own choice. We put this in her room and finally, thank God, the bully cat tries to go in there and gets zapped! Peace has resumed in our kingdom. The only issue, that the description does not adequately state, is the signal goes through the floor. So originally, the bully cat was getting zapped when she walked around the first floor underneath the upstairs office! Not good. But with some adjusting of the signal strength and raising the unit up onto a shelf in the upstairs office, we have fixed that problem.
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