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 JVP on Jul 25th 2016
This is my third one. I had 2 when my cat was old enough to train. It took only a week before she realized what the warning "tone" was for and I only had to turn the device up to level 3.
I let my friend borrow to train his 2 year old cat and it only took 1 week for his cat to learn.
I purchased another fence for just one area at the front bay window where my cat liked to sit and watch. It took 1 day this time and she waits to have her collar put own before she goes down stairs.
Posted by Lynn on Jul 9th 2016
One of our two cats has been getting out the dog door, by following him outside. It's electronic, (also from PetSafe) and is only activated from the sensor on dog's collar. Nothing else has worked for long. We've had this collar for a week now.
When the cat hears the warning beep, he runs away from the dog door! He's only been zapped once, when he heard the beep, and accidentally jumped toward the door.
We didn't anticipate that the warning beep zone would extend through the wall, into part of the master bedroom. So far, whenever the cat hears it, he moves to another area of the room.
The shipping time was horrible, which is why I rated it 4 stars. It took 9 business days, plus weekends, to ship from FL to AZ. Slowest shipping time ever!!!!!
Posted by Jenks on Apr 18th 2016
I love my two rescue cats but it was driving me crazy trying everything to get my cats to stop going in the kitchen, climbing on the counters and raiding the pantry for food and treats. We tried a lot of tricks but nothing worked.
Today was the first day using the collars and it took only two correctional shocks for the cats to understand that they were not allowed in the kitchen, they don't even walk near the area. Tonight we will sleep with a peace of mind knowing that when we wake up our kitchen won't be destroyed.
Highly recommend !
Posted by Tim C on Mar 22nd 2016
I decided to try this product in order to keep my cats off the counter tops. When it arrived, there were no instructions included. There is a multi-language "Operating Guide" which simply states the limitations of liability, Compliance regulations and how to dispose of a battery. I had to go to the web site in order to understand how to install the battery to the "ON" position and how to set the switch for the different levels of intensity the collar can be set to. Rather frustrating for a first time buyer. Had I not thought of looking at their web site, I would have had to contact RadioFence for instructions.
Also, nowhere in any online descriptions of the collar did I see the warnings stating the collar could cause a rash on the cat, etc. I first found that out after downloading the Operating Guide. *sigh*
As far as how well the product works, I am not able to answer that yet because the instructions state not to leave your pet unattended for the first two weeks. -The problems is the cat is on the counter when I am gone! ;)
Posted by Unknown on Jan 17th 2016
One of our cats likes to eat more than the other. We tried a variety of non-tech ways to keep their eating separate, to no avail. By placing the Indoor Cat Barrier just behind the dish of the slower eater, and setting it on level 3, the other cat does not eat from his dish anymore.
Due to the reason we use the barrier, the collar is on the cat 24/7. So far (6 months) there has been no problem with chaffing on her neck. Training took no time at all.
The only thing we would like is to have two barriers with different frequencies so there could be one for each cat's dish.
Posted by Candi on Dec 10th 2015
We did a lot of research on how to keep our cat in the house, and out of the doggy door, and we settled on the Radio Fence. I am not a fan of shock collars AT ALL but this has definitely worked. She got the initial shock and has not gone near the doggy door since. We hope to eventually turn it down to where she just gets the warning beeps. Great product, anybody with this problem or similar needs this!!!
Posted by GAA on Dec 2nd 2015
I have a very good cat. He faithfully uses his litter box, scratches only on his post, not on any furniture and is a joy to have. So my bucket list was a 10,000.00 chesterfield sofa and matching club chairs. I have been looking for years for just the right one. Immediately he wanted on it to check it out. The problem with my "good" cat is that he "peels out" when hearing a strange noise. This scratched my chair and then that night he wanted to play with the tufted buttons and pulled one off! I was freaking out. I was in a position to pick between my cat and my couch! I had to go out of town and I brought him with me because I couldn't trust him to do more damage. I have looked for all types of solutions including draping it with a heavy plastic when not using it and the soft paws claws but that is just lame and gramma style and then ran across this website. The reviews speak for themselves. I will be purchasing this immediately and have full faith that this is the solution to my headaches and will save some very expensive heirloom furniture that I will be able to pass on to my children in great condition. Thank you!
Posted by Unknown on Nov 5th 2015
We purchased this for our cat that kept going inside the neighbors house thru their cat door and terrorizing their cats. When I first received the items, the collar didn't work. Left a message with RadioFence, who promptly called and tried to help me troubleshoot. Turns out it was a bad collar. They immediately sent another. Put the transmitter inside the neighbors house, close to the cat door. Our cat has made a few attempts, but can't get any closer than about 8 feet before getting zapped. We have the collar on level 2, and it seems to be just enough. Peace (indoors) has been restored.
Posted by Grant on Sep 30th 2015
This system would work great if the transmitting unit had any level of consistency. It can be projecting a good range of 5-6 feet one second and ten seconds later it only activates the collar from less than a foot away. I tried everything and went through three batteries attempting to get it set up to behave in a consistent manner. I have it on non conductive surfaces and am following all other guidelines from the instructions but it is still unreliability finicky. Also, the range dial is a joke...collar seems sturdy and reliable. Stayed on my cat but without a consistent field being transmitted by the base he still pees on the couch despite the transmitting base being 2 feet away.
Posted by happycat on Sep 23rd 2015
My cat immediately knew that something was up when I slipped the collar on her, but even more so when she encountered the "fence". Needless to say, she has learned right away that she can't go past a certain part of the hallway without getting "zapped". She knows to stay away from that area even when her collar is off! This has been a very good investment and will be used on future cats, if necessary. The only down side is the battery doesn't last very long. Other than that, my cat stays away from getting corrected and that makes me happy.
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