SureFlap Microchip Cat Door Connect

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Keep an eye on that sneaky kitty of yours with the SureFlap Microchip Cat Door Connect. This cat door works with SureFlap Connect Pet Door Hub (sold separately) and has a double antenna to read your cat’s microchip and permit you to allow or deny access. If your cat is not microchipped, the door can also be used with a SureFlap RFID Collar Tag. With the ability to store up to 32 records, pet owners can restrict which of their furry friends are allowed to go outside and which ones need to be kept in. It features a 4-way manual lock to enable locking and a central magnet on the door prevents it from flapping in the wind. Take control of your cat’s outdoor access with SureFlap Microchip Door Connect.

Key Benefits
  • Microchip pet door you can control with an app.
  • Works with SureFlap Connect Pet Door Hub (sold separately).
  • Lock and unlock pet door remotely.
  • Compatible with 9, 10- and 15-digit microchips and can store up to 32 records.
  • The dimensions of the flap measure 5 5/8 x 4 ¾ inches.

Designed to work exclusively with the SureFlap Connect Pet Door Hub.

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  • Dimensions
    10 x 6.5 x 6.75 inches
  • Flap Dimensions
    5.75 x 4.75 inches
  • Surface Compatibility
    Wood, PVC, Drywall, Vinyl, Aluminum, Fiberglass
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  • Lifestage
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  • Assembly Required

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Dimensions (Width x Height)Breed Size
5 5/8 x 4 3/4 inchesCats
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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Pet education is the issue

    By SureFlap on Jul 29, 2019

    So far, after working on him for two weeks, I've got my cat to exit the house via the SureFlap, which was recommended by my veterinarian. He still refuses to enter the house through the SureFlap. That may have to do with the placement. The first place I put it he was scared to get near it in the house, even when he could see the outside. He'd been cooped up in the house for 6 weeks, so I figured this would be the time to introduce a different method to go outside and come back into the house. It does seem this is a little small for him--I think I'll try the bigger door.

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