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 Larry on Mar 17th 2015
Had a problem with our barn cat coming into the garage. We would leave a door open for our dog to come and go. The cat decided she liked the garage better than the barn. But she started peeing in the garage, even with an open door, and climbing on the vehicles. Purchased the Cat Barrier with collar. Placed the Transmitter by the door inside the garage. Adjusted the strength to setting 4. All it took was one time. She jumped about 4 foot in the air, did a couple flips and hit the ground at a dead run back to the barn. She hasn't been back to the garage since. I figure I can probably take the collar off after a couple of months. This was the cats last chance before taking it to the SPCA. So now everybody is happy. Only gave 4 stars because I've only had it for a month and am not sure of the durability.
Posted by Mark on Mar 9th 2015
Our Maine Coon kept jumping up on our kitchen counter and was smart enough to do it when every one was asleep or away. We tried all sorts of "old wives" tricks to keep him off but they all failed and we believe the cat would mock us as we tried. We finally bought the cat barrier and Eli (maine coon) quickly learned that the area was off limits. The time for Eli to learn this life lesson was about an hour. He would try to find an opening to get on the counter but with gentle persuasion he found out that there was no opening. Level two on the collar seemed to be a point where he would push through the warning but at level three he doesnt even try. Thank you so much for this product that saved our sanity and saved Eli from moving out
Posted by pj on Jan 23rd 2015
Our cat is quite fluffy. Given that, I shaved a bit underneath her neck so that the correction would be felt. At first, our cat ran from the device as soon as she received correction. She did this on a few occasions; however, she is determined, and quickly learned that all she needs to do is run as soon as she hears the beeps. By that time she was out of range and exactly where we don't want her to be.
Unfortunately it did not work for us, though I am sure it will work for other cats.
Posted by Kathleen E. on Dec 12th 2014
Once we figured out a good placement for the transmitter, the wireless barrier has worked well at keeping our cat out of our studio. We also have a doggy door in that room and don't want him to go outside. It didn't take him long to figure out what the beeps led to if he ignored them. Our only concern is the length of time between the beeps and the correction. He could run right past until we got the boundary area right.
Posted by Salley J. on Nov 11th 2014
We recently rescued a cat from the humane society. We have a doggie door for out 2 dogs. The cat figured out the doggie door within a few days. We were nervois to let her get out and get lost or hit by a car so be ordered the cat barrier so she can wander the house at night plus give us peace of mind. It was a piece of cake to set it up. The cat was used to the collar after an hour. She has only been shocked a couple of times and now wallks around the door even when the collar is off. We are hoping that she will not need it in a few months. Love it! Problem solved.
Posted by Jessie H. on Oct 24th 2014
We have 2 cats and have not been able to keep them out of kitchen and of counters. It didn't take but a day to have that a thing in the past. Life is good!!
Posted by Sally on Oct 15th 2014
My cat learned how to use the dog door and then got lost for two days. After that scare I purchased this and now he knows where the limit is before he receives a shock.
Posted by Unknown on Apr 24th 2014
Easy to install and use. Battery life is an issue
Posted by Debbie - Ontario on Apr 23rd 2014
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.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 7th 2014
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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