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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 Unknown on Feb 12th 2016
After our most adventurous guy spent 6 days and nights locked in the neighbors garage we decided to try the in-ground cat fence. We installed it along a 4 ft chain link fence, top and bottom. It worked as advertised on the smart guy. After about three encounters with the shock he gives it a wide birth. Hard head however met the challange. After removing 3 limbs on thetree by the house and moving the bottom wire in from the fence about 4 ft, and turning the collar to 5 (Max), he figured out it would be much better to stay in the yard. However, he still checks it out just in case he missed something. We can breath easier now and they can go outside again.
Posted by Theresa in Cincinnati, OH on Dec 5th 2015
We adopted an older kitten from a no-kill shelter. Our little guy had a docked ear - we didn't know what it meant at the time and they neglected to mention it means he at one point had been feral and living outside in a cared-for colony. For whatever reason, that did not continue and he was put up for adoption with his two brothers. Upon adjustment (and he is the best cat ever) he watched as our dog went outside and would just HOWL at the door wanting to go too. He then would bomb the door whenever it opened trying to bust out - and we would all run out to catch him. Not fun. With neighbor dogs, coyotes and a busy street nearby, we couldn't risk just letting him run.
Tried to keep him in the backyard with just the fence (jumps right over it). Tried the harness and leash (a joke). Tried the electric fence (vet recommended it) - problem solved!!!!
Easy to install, my husband and I did it in a day (about a 3/4 acre - back and front), put all the little flags around and had the cat stay in the backyard first (supervised of course), we tried it with the leash and harness like recommended but that was difficult, the best way was for him to figure it out. Unlike a dog that takes weeks - he picked it up in a couple days. We did try the lowest setting first and he didn't seem to notice the shock at all. Turned it up to 4 - that did the trick.
I'm writing this in my kitchen watching my happy orange cat chase leaves and run around in the safety of our yard. We have had this for a few weeks and have encountered zero bust-throughs. I would recommend this to anyone.
Excellent product and fantastic solution. Everyone here is happy - most of all my sweet cat.
Posted by Ken in Chester VA on Jun 9th 2015
Our vet did not think it would work. WRONG... Within weeks our cat stays in the yard if he is wearing the collar. Put him outside without the collar and he will leave the yard if no one is watchiing. To me that mean he understands.
We also bought per the vets recommendation a product called Comfort Zone Feliway. This is to help keep the cat calmer. It works!
Posted by Karen on Mar 26th 2015
Having lost two manx cats in three years to coyotes, I was very upset to think I couldn't own a cat here. The cats wouldn't stay in the yard. I finally adopted another one, and never let him run free to do what cats do. Poor guy had to wear a harness and be tethered whenever he was out, which was pretty sad. I found this product, and am I glad! I installed it on our 1/3 acre lot in about 3 hours, which was very easy to do. "Bob" learned very quickly, when the collar beeps, go the other way.
Posted by Salley on Mar 17th 2015
We recently got two cats and have a doggie door for our two dogs. It didn't take long for the cats to discover how fun it is to be outside! We live in AZ and coyotes are a real threat to cats when they get over the backyard block wall. My husband found this product and it works great! He laid the wire all along the base of the block wall around our back yard. Training was easy. The wall already creates a barrier but when the cats got near the wall and poked it was a real deterrent. We have found that the cats are persistent and seem to test it every day. One day we didn't have one collar turned on and he discovered he could get over the wall. We remove the collars at night and close the dog door. We've had this installed for about 2 months and not sure how long before we no longer need the collars on to keep them in the yard but for the money and ease of install it is a real find to keep them safe.
Posted by Catlady on Dec 29th 2014
This product unfortunately did not work with my cat, but he is 13 years old, and extremely clever. He got outside of the fence when training, and it took myself, my SO, and a friend to track him down, and get him back inside.
After that incident of him getting loose, I didn't want to risk further training, because I feared him getting out again, and me not being able to find him this time. I'm going to be getting him an outdoor enclosure instead.
However, there is nothing to lose with this product. If you find it doesn't work with your cat, the company will give you a refund, and there are no crazy hoops to jump threw either. This is the best customer service I have ever experienced.
So if this product does work for your cat, fantastic! If your kitty is like mine, and finds his way out, you get your money back.
Shipping was quick for me, set up was easy, and the customer service was excellent.
Posted by Tabatha on Nov 7th 2014
After my husband figured out how to install it he was able to get it installed quickly and easily. It works great. Much cheaper than other systems and works great!! We've had it installed for about a month now with no problems.
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!
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