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Cat Mate Elite Electronic I.D. Disc

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Description

Give your pet her own identification to enter and exit her Cat Mate door. This Elite Electronic ID Disc is specially designed to be used with Cat Mate's Elite Super Selective Microchip Cat Flap & I.D. Disc Cat Flap or the Cat Mate Elite Super Selective I.D. Disc Cat Flap. It's lightweight and easily attaches to your pal's collar with the split ring attachment. Best of all, it doubles as an identification tag where you can write your cat's name and contact information.

Key Benefits
  • Designed to unlock the Cat Mate's Elite Microchip Cat Flap and Elite I.D. Disc Cat Flap.
  • Provides your pets with a unique ID to use her door.
  • Lightweight, so it won't weight down your cat's neck.
  • Easily attaches to most collars with the split ring attachment.
  • Includes a space to write your cat's name and contact information.

Related Item

Designed exclusively for use with the Cat Mate Elite Super Selective Microchip & I.D. Disc Cat Flap or the Cat Mate Elite Super Selective I.D. Disc Cat Flap.

Works with the following Cat Mate Cat Flaps: Elite Microchip and Elite I.D. Disc.

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  • Item Number
    75303
  • Technology Feature
    Microchip / RFID
  • Brand
    Ani Mate
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Assembly Required
    Yes
Instructions

The I.D. Disc should be attached to your cat’s collar (NOT from a ring attached to the collar) so that it is as high as possible and parallel to your cat flap. We recommend the use of a fabric collar without large metal attachments (other name discs etc.).

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Needed a spare

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    My cats, Jack and Mark, took to the automatic door quite well, but Mark's break-away collar came up missing a while back. I thought I'd never see it again, but by sheer luck I found it half way down a two-hundred yard long gravel driveway. I learned a couple of things. 1. Might be a good idea to have a spare ID Disc. 2. Don't just loop the collar through the ring. Hook them together so they can't separate. I got lucky. They came apart but landed within inches of each other.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    make sure you need something this capable

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    Would recommend this for a cat that has a chip. Otherwise, look at the cheaper model. Also experiment with the door. Two things don't make sense per the instructions: 1- why do you have to use the batteries when in the training mode, 2- why do you have to program the training mode, since it doesn't stay in training mode indefinitely, if that's what you want. Answer is you don't have to; but that'snot what the manual states, nor what the help desk states. Lastly, why do you have to separately purchase the disks in this model, when two come with the cheaper model. If your cat has a chip, get this one, if it doesn't, get the cheaper one, or ask them to throw in one for no charge.

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