PetSafe 4-Way Locking Cat Door & Tunnel

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The PetSafe 4-Way Locking Cat Door with Tunnel is purr-fect for controlling where your little furry ninja of a kitty can sneak off to. With its 4-way security lock, you will have the final say—for the first time—when and where your fur baby can have access. The secure weather-resistant magnetic flap lets your feline friend freely move about while keeping heat and air conditioning where you want them. Tunnel makes it a breeze to install in either walls or doors up to 2” thick.

Key Benefits
  • Built from durable high-impact plastic, just in case kitty’s in a hurry.
  • 4 modes for complete feline control—locked, unlocked, in only and out only.
  • The flap is transparent so you and your fur baby can see what's on the other side.
  • Designed for pets up to 15 lbs and every fur baby in-between.
  • Use it indoors and outdoors—purr-fect for finicky felines!

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  • Item Number
    185280
  • Dimensions
    8.25 x 7.5 x 2 inches
  • Weight
    1.8 pounds
  • Material
    Plastic
Size
Flap OpeningPet Weight
5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inchesUp to 15 lbs
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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Our Second PetSafe

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    We’ve had one of their cat doors in use for many years. Recently we purchased a second one for our sunroom door. This is to restrict the dogs from the litter boxes instead of trying to block the way. (They can’t seem to resist the golden nuggets.) ;-) I’m glad to see some minor improvements in the design of the cat door, however the additional cover makes a slapping noise when used. Our one cat doesn’t like the noise, and will only use the door to get back in.

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    It’s small

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    My largest cat weighs 14# and so far I have not been able to get him through it. He will not attempt it voluntarily and I have doubts as to whether he will fit.I have pushed 5# kittens through it but they won’t do it on their own. I thought if I just left them alone they might figure it out but that isn’t working either

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