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Controlled Pet Access
Date Posted: Wednesday, August 28, 2013
Controlled Pet Access
Manufacturer: Cat Mate

Product Description: Cat Mate offers two cat flaps designed to control pet access via an implanted microchip or via an RFID collar disc through the same cat flap. The Elite Selective Chip and Disc offers electronic four-way locking, while the top-of-the-range Elite Super Selective Chip and Disc also offers a timer control and a cat location display, the company states, adding that only cats whose implanted microchip or RFID collar disc are programmed into the cat flap can gain access into the home, keeping other animals out. Both use superior ABS and polycarbonate materials and have universal installation capability—for glass, wood, metal, plastic or walls—and the open flap measures 53/4 in. x 53/4 in., allowing larger cats and small dogs to enter with ease, the company adds.

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