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PetSafe Indoor Cat Barrier
PetSafe Indoor Cat Barrier

PetSafe Indoor Cat Barrier

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Part Number:PIRF-300C

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.

Features:

  • For cats 6 pounds and up and older than 6 months
  • Works with multiple cats (additional receiver collars required)
  • 4 adjustable levels of static correction
  • Tone-only mode alerts your pet with a beep
  • Our lightest waterproof receiver collar with safety stretch section
  • Low battery indicator
  • Collar uses PetSafe RFA-188 battery (included)
  • Owners Manuals
5 Stars
a peace of mind
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 !
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 4/19/2016
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4 Stars
Wish I found this product sooner
Product easy to use and much more reliable than a physical fence. Our cat jumps over three foot fence with no problem. The detector on the collar is a bit bulky but the cat seems to live with it ok. Definitely recommends this to anyone who wants to restrict access to a cat.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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3 Stars
works well
This device emits a circle radius barrier.. so that needs to be considered when you purchase it. I use it to keep my cat inside my office, but since the room is 10x12 I had to put the transmitter outside the office door so that the cat has enough room to walk around inside the office. works well and my cat was 10 weeks old when he first used it.. he learned very fast...
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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4 Stars
It works as promised
It has a good range to keep the problem cat off of kitchen counters. We haven't had to set it very high to keep him out of the kitchen space. He pays attention to the warning signal. Wish there was a way to make the collar less heavy around his neck-it would be a problem for a smaller cat.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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4 Stars
Keeps house cats from using dog door
I placed on a chair next to the dog door to keep my house cats from going outside. It has been fantastic. My cats no longer go near the door but can have use of the rest of the family room. It would be ideal if the unit could be made to extend from an outlet in the wall without a cord so I wouldn't have to worry about the dogs moving the chair or knocking it over.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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4 Stars
Good product but too short a range
The effective range on my coller was about 6 to 8 feet. It was advertized to be around a 10 feet. It needs to have a little longer effective range.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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4 Stars
The Only Option That Actually Worked!
"I had a problem with my cats chewing wires. I was so afraid that one day I would come home to electrocuted cats. I read up on the problem and tried several different advised methods, none of which worked. My cats apparently were more stubborn then the cayenne pepper, ""stay away"" sprays, etc... Then I found these collars. At first, my cats were not happy with the situation. To my surprise though, they learned extremely fast. Within days I found that they learned to stay away from the areas I placed the transmitters, avoiding the shocks that the collars induced. I have moved twice since I purchased these collars, placing them of course in my new homes, and now, my cats are so well trained that regardless of where they are, when they hear the beeping, they stop dead in their tracks. Now I don't have to worry about them chewing wires, destroying my XMas tree, or climbing into the underside of my reclining chair. This is the best product to keep your cats safe. Note: The only drawback to the product is how quickly the batteries can drain, ""especially"" when you are first training the cats. The more they activate the collar or cause it to beep, the quicker the battery drains. Be sure to keep extra batteries on hand, and remember to check the collars for low battery power. They blink red when the batteries are low. On average, my batteries last around 2 to 3 months now that my cats are trained."
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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5 Stars
Should have bought it sooner!!
This fence solved an expensive and life threatening situation with fighting among my cats. For an odd reason one of my adult cats began violently attacking another, very timid adult after another kitten was introduced. The "fence" gives my timid cat a safe room to retreat to, and the aggressive cat thinks this timid cat has new found "strength". I can't be more happier with the product!!!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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5 Stars
An excellent product
Very useful. We just about gave up on our cat who loves to jump over the fence. This product sure curtailed that.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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2 Stars
frustrating
While this product is finally working for me, be prepared to be frustrated. Neither the transmitter or the collar come with instructions, and operation of the collar is NOT self-evident. There is no explanation whatsoever for how to turn the collar on/off, or to set it at a specific setting. After speaking with the customer service rep, I finally noticed that there ARE settings marked on the collar for on/off, but they are black ink on black plastic -- virtually impossible to see. But it doesn't really matter, because turning the collar on and off is only the beginning of the challenges I experienced with this product.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Orlando. on 12/7/2016
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5 Stars
Multiple discs, one collar?
I have two areas in my home from which I'd like to exclude my cat. Can two discs be set to the same frequency? All of the transmitters are on the same frequency so you can use as many as you need to protect additional areas.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from MN. on 12/11/2016
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5 Stars
Finally, A Cat Fence System That Works!
"I've tried all types of cat containment systems to keep cats off of my furniture and out of rooms. None of them have worked until I bought this product. The cat fence collars are easy to attach to your pet and they are self-releasing, if your cat gets stuck, for the cat's safety. The collars are compatible with the PetSafe dog fence systems, so your outdoor fence system can coexist with the indoor system. Adjusting the wireless system transmitters and correctly placing the transmitters is somewhat challenging, especially if you have a house with complex architecture. However, once you've adjusted everything, they work great. Adjusting the strength of the wireless signal is done with a wheel knob on the front of the transmitter. To adjust my system, I set the trasmitter level, then held the collar with my hand until it started beeping in the desired area. Remember, don't touch the electrodes while you're doing this! Be prepared for a few ""escapes"" while training the cat. If an escape does happen, you should increase the shock level on the collar. Frankly, I'd probably start higher than the ""3"" level at which they ship from the factory. Once the cats are trained, they will not stay too long in an area if their collar is giving the warning beep. At that point, you can adjust the collars down in their shock level. The cats hated me, in the beginning, but they have gotten a lot more freedom in the long run with this containment system. I can now let them roam outdoors without being worried they will jump my mechanical fences. We have lots of foxes in the area and a cat outside of my 7' high cinder block fence makes a tasty meal for a fox."
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/11/2011
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3 Stars
works but very clunky
We bought this for our indoor cat, to keep him out of my bedroom as I am somewhat allergic to cats. My cat hissed and bolted as soon as I placed this around his neck. He hid until it was time to come out for food in the morning. But he got used to the collar after a couple of days, and after a few days, he has learned to stop at my bedroom door. He even stops when the collar is off. Our cat has long fur. We didn't want to trim him, so tried the collar on medium. He doesn't seem to feel the shock, but the mere fact that the collar makes noise when he crosses the invisible boundary, seems enough to prompt him to keep his distance. Having to take the collar on and off frequently is a real downside, especially if your cat is like ours and a bit fiesty. But it has worked. A suggestion for the manufacturer would be to try and create a collar that isn't as big. This one is rather large.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 1/7/2014
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5 Stars
Saved my furniture!
After sending out for reupholstery -- for a second time -- my good living room sofa that my two cats diligently clawed right down to the wood frame (they really seem to love the camel back); and after having had to discard my high-end dining room rug after it was ruined by a cat urine turf war, I really was at a loss as to how to live with cats and have nice, un-shredded, non-stinky furnishings. I had tried, with unimpressive results, sticky paws tape (which works, but -- in my experience -- only when it is actually on the furniture, and who wants to live with tape all over their things?); claw covers (they don't all fall off at the same time and are kind of hard to apply); an electric mat (just as "shocking" to me as it was to them); and automatic spray cans (again, spraying me as much as they did the cats). Desperate, I thought I would give the Indoor Cat Barrier system a try, so purchased one for under the newly reupholstered sofa and one for under the dining room table, where I was planning to put a new rug. I was determined to make this work, so I diligently followed the training instructions that come with the collars. I actually put the cats on leads and taught them to "run away" when they heard the collars beep (you'll need to read the directions fairly carefully). I spent several days working on it. Still, I was skeptical. Happily, I was wrong. The Indoor Cat Barrier has so far worked like a charm!!! The cats learned their boundaries very quickly, and they know exactly where they cannot go. (Incidentally, I did not put down the new rug until after they were fully trained.) And, once trained, they have not experienced the static corrections, because they simply avoid the off-limits areas. So far, they have not attempted their negative behavior elsewhere in the house. They also do not seem overly annoyed by the collars (you need to train them to wear the collars so that they can get used to them). One of the cats rubs her collar against things, though, so it is getting a little "fuzzy." In order to prevent irritation, I do take the collars off at night when they sleep in a separate room. I would highly recommend this system. It can save your home and make life with kitties a lot less stressful.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 10/3/2013
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4 Stars
Works Great
Took our cats only 2 days to catch on. We are still playing with the distance settings, but the cats respect the beeps. Don't like the collars - they work great, but they are cumbersome and I prefer collarless cats.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from . on 4/23/2014
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