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 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.
Posted by Laura on Apr 18th 2012
I bought the cat barrier with collars to keep my cats from going out the dog door in the kitchen since they are completely indoor cats. I also used the other unit to keep them out of the basement and it works wonderful. They actually know when they hear the warning sound and they get out of there before it shocks them. I tested the shock and it works, they want out of there real quick. It is well worth the money, easy to install and works great with the long hair of cats. I would highly recommend this product to people who have the same issues.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 29th 2012
I bought this to keep our two cats out of the kitchen in our new home. It works well in keeping them out, but I am a little disappointed with the range of the unit.
Posted by Megan on Mar 22nd 2012
I bought the cat barrier to keep my cat out of our guest room where he was using the bathroom and leaving his hair all over the bed. He only tried to go into the room twice since we put it on him. The collar however is fraying and beginning to fall apart after only a few months. Also, when we received the package the collar said "For use with outdoor pet fence only" So I called the 800 number provided (Radio Fence was closed for the day) and the operator told me that the collar was not compatible with the indoor fence. However after trying it out just to see and contacting Radio fence the next day I found out that was wrong and was compatible with the indoor fence. The manufacturer needs better training for their employees.
Posted by Joelle Rosentswieg on Mar 20th 2012
The Cat barrir has been working very well to keep my cat from shredding the living room furniture. One big disappointment, though, was that the battery went dead within within the first week! You'd expect a new product to last longer before having to replace the batteries.
Posted by Cyndi on Mar 9th 2012
Have been using the Petsafe Indoor Cat Barrier for 2 weeks now and it works exactly how I hoped it would. It's easy to set up and use. It only took our cat about 2 days to get used to the new collar and stop fidgeting with it. He tested the limits of it once and got his correction, and now when it beeps he turns the other way. The low setting of correction works just fine for him. We use it to keep him from going out the dog door. This was recommended to me by a friend who uses it for her 3 cats, and it works great for her also.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 6th 2012
After moving into a new home, our cat had "issues" going on the carpet in the front room of our home. After a year of stumbling through methods of trying to deter her from doing it, I found the indoor cat fence in a general google search. This is the solution to all of our problems. We believe she received a "correction" just once and now, will not even enter the room. She uses her litterbox non=stop now and appears overall, more at ease just knowing her options are now strictly a litterbox. This is the best product for improper elimination issues with a cat! We have now replaced the carpet in the room now that we know a solution has finally been discovered!
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