Here Kitty, Kitty - Where Are You? He's safe at home with a PetSafe Underground Cat Fence - the First and Only Underground Cat Fence.
Through years of rigorous research and testing PetSafe developed a safe and reliable underground fence made just for your cat. Using Nano technology, PetSafe developed a cat fence collar that fits your cat and provides the appropriate amount of correction to keep him safe and in your yard. The collar has a special stretch section for your cat's safety so you won't have to worry if he gets "hung up" on something.
Safe and Effective for all cats and dogs 6 pounds and up. Features the PetSafe Premium Cat Fence Collar with Four Levels of Adjustable Correction.
Cut Your Pet Fence Installation Time in HALF & Avoid The Task of Burying Wire. Use Our "Pet Fence Staples" to Install Your Underground Fence - Above Ground! Learn About Above Ground Pet Fence Installation.
This Cat Fence Kit includes everything you need to contain one pet in a yard up to 1/3 acre. With additional wire and flags and cat fence collars, you can enclose up to 25 acres in size and contain an unlimited number of pets.
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Posted by Art from northern CA on Sep 10th 2014
We were not able to use system so had to return it. We live in a senior HOA in N.Calif with single family homes, but small lots.
Our back yard is just 60ft by 15ft. as we live in a senior housing HOA with small lots. Using the loop method as recommended by your rep leaves just a 5ft space in middle of yard for our 2 kitties to use. Not only that, but to get wires to the controller would mean putting through a window or drill hole in wall, and our home is all metal frame which cancels out the signal. It's a no go for our situation. We now have to send back the box across country to FL. Oh well, nice try but no cigar!
Posted by Art from No. on Sep 10th 2014
We were not able to use system (darn) as we have just a 60ft by 15ft back yard that I wished to wire in for our two young kitties. The 15ft depth to our border line is the problem as using a loop method means having wire taking up 67% of unusable space leaving just 5ft for kitties to walk across lawn....clearly not making any sense to try to train them to such a restricted area. I talked with your rep to verify these issues and this confirmed my disappointment.
Posted by Cat Lady of Kenwick Street on Aug 17th 2014
I have 7 furballs and 5 have collars. The other 2 are seniors and stay in the yard anyhow. I'm in my mid 60's and installed the wire myself. The back yard has a 6' board fence and I just ran it along the top.The signal still goes out and down to the ground level when it is set at 7. In the front yard it is at ground level under a hedge on either side and along the split rail fence in front and across the driveway in the groove that was already there. No way did I have time to train 5 cats in a harness. I let them out one at a time for a day and supervised, turning up the collar as need. No one is higher than the 2 setting. Took a few days and a few breakthroughs but now they all stay in the yard and tolerate their collars very well. The breakthroughs were because either the collar was not snug enough or the setting was not high enough. If your cat breaks through remember to turn the transmitter off so he/she can come home. Mine were previously outdoor cats so there was no fear of them running off and becoming lost. They wear their collars from about 9 am til early evening and then everyone is in before dark. I love the peace of mind for me and the safe freedom for them. Thank you
Posted by Linda on Jul 7th 2014
I really think that this product would work on a normal cat, but my cat is a siamese cat which is very stubborn. It didn't matter how much I turned it up, he would resist. I sent it back a week ago and am waiting for the my reimbursement.
Posted by Kay & Alan Smith on Jun 2nd 2014
Our very athletic 11-month old brown tabby hasn't gotten out since we put up our fence. we didn't bury it as we have a 6-foot wooden fence so the wire loops around that and the very tempting tree next to the fence. Before the fence went in Baxter would be found 30' in the air or in the neighbor's tree. He fights a little being collared up but his reward is getting outside. We're happy!
Posted by Robbie Bell on May 21st 2014
I purchased this after my daughter had installed one in her backyard to keep her dwarf cat inside a perimeter. We have three acres and I purchased enough extra wire to cover at least an acre in we wanted to. We ended up giving our kitten enough room to romp within a half acre yard. I installed it by myself and enlsted my husband to help me trench and bury the easily working wire. I will always use this on my pets, I am happy that someone has finally made this designed for cats. Thank you.
Posted by Al on Apr 26th 2014
The fence works as advertised. Don't waste your time with the training regiment. Cats don't cooperate well on a leash and halter. Cats are smart. It took my cats just a couple of corrections on the lowest setting to figure things out. I put up 1500 feet of fence and they are very content to stay inside of that space. We live out in the country and one of my cats has always roamed the area on its own. We just rescued the other 7 month old from death row at the shelter where she had been in a cage since 6 weeks old. She had never been outside in her life. She figured things out immediately and is now happy learning how to be a cat chasing lizards and climbing trees. The older cat that had always roamed tested things a little more as it could not figure out why suddenly she was getting shocked when trying to go places she had always gone. After a couple days she learned she could not leave the property and is fine. After 4 or 5 days, they would come running to me when I picked up the collars as they figured out that the collar means going outside.
Posted by Kelly R on Mar 8th 2014
The unground fence has saved my cats life as someone in our neighborhood does't like cats they seem to disappear . We have an existing woof fence and chain link which made it so easy to install we just stapled the wire to the fence and zip tied in chain link. To keep the cat from going out front door and garage door we used a hoe to pull dirt away from house dropped wire then pushed dirt back easy with 2people. The cat fence works great my cat only shocked himself 3 times he knows to back up when it starts beeping
Posted by Unknown on Jan 13th 2014
Following the instructions exactly is key. The "harness" training did not go over well with Ellie. She had a little "cat fit" and that was that. She learned quickly however, with constant monitoring and can now be let out on her own for short periods of time. She has jumped the fence twice and gotten a long correction which she did not like at all. Now she goes towards the fence and you can see her change her mind as she draws closer. I guess she is hearing the warning beep because when she gets an actual correction, her tail goes up and she heads for the cat door. Thank you; no more fence jumping for little Ellie cat.
Posted by Mike K, Fort Collins, CO on Nov 14th 2013
Our cat adapted to the fence rather quickly; in three days he was venturing out unsupervised. The product itself works as advertised, I tested it on myself (hand), with a short loop, and it works. Of course each cat and yard is different and there is (understandably) a disclaimer on the package in small print that PetSafe cannot guarantee that each and every cat will adapt to the collar and "fence". Each cat owner knows their kitty best and has to judge for themselves if it will work for their cat.
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