PetSafe 2-Way Locking Cat DoorBy PetSafe
About This Item
- Interior use only for pets up to 15 lbs
- White, high-impact plastic frame comes with a transparent flap with magnetic closure
- Easy-to-use slide lock gives you the option to bar access whenever you choose
- 2-way lock options: opened or locked
- Fits interior doors 1" to 2" thick (2.5 cm x 5 cm)
Click here for door installation kit.
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127 Customer Reviews
They don't have the magnet door closer anymore
I was disappointed because I use these for cat houses on cedar chests for feral TNR cats. They used to have magnetic pieces on the doors so they dont swing back and forth with a breeze. I ordered the same doors and they no longer have the magnets. The space where the magnets are supposed to go are still there, but no longer supply the magnets. Petsafe says they stopped making them with the magnets which allows the doors to swing back and forth with any breeze at all.
This is the third door of this kind that I have installed. My cat was bound and determined to escape outdoors and broke the first one by running at it hard. The latch on the second one broke after both cats learned to push it to the side and finally wore it out. Other than breaking periodically, it works well. Each one has lasted 3-4 years with heavy use by determined cats.
Good door but no magnet
I bought this to replace one I’ve used for years as my cat broke the flap. Was surprised to find no magnet on this one. It needs one!!
Great for indoor use
We use this for the basement door and closet door (where her litter box is stored). Yes, there is a gap if you have a hollow-core door with the decorative insets. We used white caulk to fill the gaps, no big deal. It's perfect for what we needed - allows our cat to go up and down the stairs so we can keep the door closed to keep the kids safe, but we can also lock it if we need to keep the cat on one floor. We didn't have any issues using the stencil to cut the door. It does make a little noise when she goes in/out, but it's plastic-on-plastic so there's not much that can be done to make it more quiet. I've had this in our house for a little over a year now and it is still great.
cat door that works for a fat cat
Easy install and my 20 pounder could get through it easily
Purrfect. For me.
Purrr-fect for me. Easy access to run from the other wild critters out there. None have followed me in yet. Feel safer. Thank you. Meow. Felica.
My cat Earl loves it.
Great product for the price. My cat is a little over 15 lbs and has no trouble going through the opening.
Easy to clean
This is the second PetSafe door we've installed. It took my cats about a week to learn to use it. They didn't have a kitty door for a year while we relocated to temporary quarters. Once we established a new home and installed the second door, the kitties used it right away. The litter boxes stay in the garage and the house stays clear of litter. Best idea ever! My cats are about 10-12lbs each and they fit through it with no problem. The instructions are simple, just make sure your door size and frame are easy to work with. Metal doors are a hassle, but still doable.
I've purchased this door several times for different homes. Can't beat the price for what we need. Mainly this is used to keep the dogs out of the laundry room and away from the litter box. If you have a need to lock the cat in for any reason, this may not be strong enough to hold back a determined kitty. One of ours eventually broke off leaving just the frame, but it still served its purpose.
Install was very simple and easy to do. However, it’s kind of squeaky. Luckily, my 2 cats adjusted to it quickly, but I know every time one of them goes through the door. Even WD-40 can’t calm the whiny noise.