Ssscat Automated Cat Repellent
- Repels cats up to 3 feet; motion-sensor device, spray, and instructions included
- Humanely keep cats away from off-limit areas with this automated cat deterrent
- Stainless, scentless, ozone-friendly spray; safe for people and animals
- Measures approximately 2 by 2 by 8 inches
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SSSCAT cat training aid has two components: a patented motion detector device and a can of harmless, non-toxic spray. Each time your cat approaches the restricted area, the detector senses his movement and releases a brisk spray. The cat gets startled by the spray action and vacates the area. You can adjust angles between detection and spray directions according to the expected action of the device. You can also adjust the direction of spray up or down. SSSCAT can also be used in outdoor areas where cats or other small animals can be destructive or where they may get injured.
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Top Customer Reviews
Très facile d'utilisation, ce produit n'est pas dangereux pour les animaux.
Seul point négatif, un peu cher, vrai. Mais pour nous, le prix en a vraiment valu le coup car nous dormons enfin le matin !
Most recent customer reviews
Works well but has limited range and you tend to get sprayed yourselfPublished 7 days ago by Marie-Line Godbout
I have watched my cat perch herself on our kitchen island - the one place she is not allowed - sitting about 2 feet away from the can, getting repeatedly blasted in the face by... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Brahm Neufeld
Worked very well for my cats. I had purchased two though and the one ended up malfunctioning and going off continuously.Published 14 months ago by Kelsey Sawatsky
It died after one year of use.The battery corroded and rotted the terminals . Its a piece of s***! Do not buy ~!Published on Oct. 29 2013 by JCM
The cats have learned to stay away from it whether it's on or not. Works well as advertised, but a bigger can would be nice.Published on Oct. 29 2013 by rpaulpen