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Catscram Electronic Cat Repellent

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Product Description

When the CatScram electronic cat repellent detects motion, it emits a high-pitched electronic squeal (inaudible to humans and dogs) that frightens cats away quickly. And unlike most cat repellent devices, the CatScram cat repellent is completely inaudible to humans! The CatScram cat repellent is easy to use. Just turn it on and place it so it faces the area you want to be cat free. CatScram watches around the clock so you won't come home to find any more yakballs on your stove or cat urine marking on your expensive couch. Would you like to finally stop your cat from sleeping on your dining room table, walking across your kitchen counters, or urinating in the wrong locations? Get a CatScram electronic cat repellent!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 5 x 3 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003HHFW8S
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (337 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,481 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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122 of 132 people found the following review helpful By iseefine2 on September 12, 2010
Ok - so I got this device for my indoor "bad" cats who started using my dining room instead of their perfectly clean litter boxes. They had a perfect track record until recently.

Well, I tried several chemical pherimore dispersers, other non-harmful devices.... and not one of them worked in the slighest!!

The Cat Scram, however, worked unbelievably on the first go around! I can't say enough great things about his product to do it justice.... It simply works... period!!!!

Get it, don't be afraid to put it in your house, like I have done, and be forever free of misbehaving cats! I am sooooo thrilled.... get one of these systems soon!!
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311 of 350 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Zaius on March 1, 2011
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I don't like cats but through a bizarre comedy of errors I find myself the co-owner of four of them. Their greatest joy in life is to climb around the counters after being in the litter box with the hope that we accidentally forgot a steak in the sink. Just after dawn the light hits our kitchen counters at the perfect angle to reveal a well worn path of little white paw prints going back and forth from the sink, to the stove, and back to the sink. It's as if old Bil Keane had snuck into our home and drawn one of those Family Circus comics for cats that retrace their mischievous steps as they wreaked havoc in the kitchen. The penalty where I live for animal cruelty that results in
substantial bodily harm to a pet or companion animal is imprisonment for up to one year, a fine of $3,000, or both so beating them was out of the question. One morning I finally snapped and decided to give the Catscram a try. I told the cats about this ahead of time. It was like when I was a kid and my mother would threaten me with the old, "Wait until your Father gets home!" line after I threw a fire cracker down the laundry chute. I kept telling them, "You just wait until the Catscram gets here. Then you'll be in trouble." The product showed up surprisingly fast - within four days of ordering it so that was nice. I can't express how excited I was to get it in my hands. I set it up before even taking my coat off. "Let the sonic torture begin." I giggled to myself. So what were the results you ask? Cat Number One hates The Catscram like most Americans hate Osama Bin Laden. The second it goes of he bolts out of the kitchen and won't come out of hiding for at least 20 minutes. Cat Two and Cat Three are mildly irritated with it to the point where they will leisurely get off the counter when it goes off.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Sami V on December 14, 2011
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We have three cats, one adult, two kittens - well, 8 months old now. The older cat knew the house rules and was no problem, our girl kitten was very docile and rarely broke the "rules" which are basically no cats on counters, dining room table and coffee table. Our problem was the young male kitten..he seemed to not care at all..he was very aware of what he shouldn't be doing, he would hear us approach the room and quick jump off the counter or whatever. He also LOVED baked pie topping -ate half, blueberry muffins - ate 2, even ate through a sandwich bag to get vanilla wafers! He also knew when I would be out of the house for extended periods of time which would be long enough for him to eat whatever on the counter or table. SO we purchased the Catscram for him. It seems to have worked! We have a "trap" of bacon grease left in a open pot on the stove, which he has nibbled at before the Catscram. Whenever I leave the house or room for a while, I set the Catscram at an angle so it will go off if he is on the counter. I can't hear a noise, unless i angle the speaker right in front of my ear, but the cats hear something, their ears turn to the noise. I don't know the range of the sound either, but cats in the living room resting do not seem to be affected by the noise in the kitchen, so that is nice. Not only has our troublesome boy stopped going on the counter, his other problem behaviors have stopped too, like dragging my towels and washcloths off the bar or out of the laundry basket and running away with them. I've also used it to block off the entrance to rooms I dont want the cats in, also works. The only downside is the small range, I mean, it only detects so far which is nice but if there are multiple problem areas, you will need multiple Scrams.
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By mcg655 on October 28, 2010
Bought this as my rescue cat had peed on the basement, bedroom and living room carpets. The Catscram gets an A+. I set it up at the bottom of the basement stairs where there is no door to keep him out. He followed me down like always, but then he paused and kind of looked around and then SHOT back up the stairs! He has not gone down there since in almost 2 months. I moved the Catscram into the doorway of my newly-remodeled bedroom to see if it would keep him out. (I had finally gotten the urine smell out by getting rid of the old carpet and pad and then trying several products on the subfloor - had best success with Arm&Hammer pet stain remover - before sealing with 2 coats of Kilz and then a polyurethane sealant on top. He went to the bedroom door and came inside, but then again stopped and looked around before retreating back down the hall! I can now leave the door open and he won't go in. Sorry it hasn't worked for other people, but it did the trick for me!
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