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SSSCAT Cat Training Aid

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List Price: $34.95
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  • Set boundaries for your pet
  • Scentless spray: Includes 1 unscented spray can which uses (4) AAA batteries (not included)
  • Easy to use
  • Can also be used for other small animals, such as rabbits, dogs, ferrets, etc.
  • This Item Is Non-Returnable
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.3 x 2.6 x 10.6 inches ; 4.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000RIA95G
  • Item model number: PDT00-13914
  • Batteries 4 AAA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,241 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #102 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

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SSSCAT Cat Training Aid

Your cat is starting to really take advantage of his rule of the house. You can’t keep him from hopping up on the counters, scratching your furniture, and don’t even get started on how you attempt to decorate at the holidays. He has ruined far too many drapes and plants for you to let this continue. The harmless, odorless SSSCat spray will keep him away from your danger zones and both of you will return to a lifestyle of peace. SSSCat is a device with a motion sensor that automatically emits a burst of spray to repel your cat from an area in your home. It can be adjusted to spray both up and down. It’s painless, stainless, and requires no training.

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How it works:

Ssscat’s automatic spray system combines spray technology with a motion detector to protect indoor areas and objects within a one meter radius. When your pet is within the one meter radius, the system will detect their movement and send out a burst of spray in their direction. Since the spray is harmless, odorless, and stainless, you won’t have to worry about damaging either your pet or your home. Because the spray catches your cat off guard, he will turn away and learn to avoid that area. Ssscat has been effective in keeping cats off counters, preventing them from scratching or climbing on furniture and away from holiday decorations. You may also use it to protect your drapes and other fragile items.







Product Features:

  • SssCat helps you set boundaries for your pet.
  • It is designed to be easy-to-use and set up.
  • Adjustable motion detector angles between the detection of the motion and spray from side-to-side.
  • You can also adjust the direction of the spray up and down.
  • Ssscat repels cats and other small animals up to one meter away.
  • The scentless spray is enough to annoy him, but your nose won’t notice.
  • Ssscat can also be used for other small animals such as rabbits, dogs, and ferrets.
  • Uses 4 AAA batteries (not included).

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What's in the Package:

  • 1 Electronic Motion Detector Device
  • 1 Refill Can
  • 1 Instruction Guide

Product Description

Innotek SSSCAT is an automated cat repellent using spray to set boundaries in the home. The fully adjustable nozzle uses a motion detector--along with a can of harmless HFC134a gas--to repel cats in a three-foot radius. It's a fast, effective, harmless and painless way to keep your cats away from certain areas. The refill can holds over 500 sprays and the motion detector uses 4 AAA batteries (not included).


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Definitely a product I recommend, some thoughts: - Works great to keep cats away from wherever you don't want them.
Frank H.
The sensors are not perfect, so sometimes they will not go off, even if the cat walks right in front, and sometimes there is a delay of 1-2 seconds before it triggers.
Snarky McKvetchalot
Now that the cats know what the Ssscat does, they don't go near anything where they can even SEE one, let alone get sprayed by one.
eternalwhitemoon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

619 of 622 people found the following review helpful By S. Kirby on August 23, 2011
Format: Misc. Verified Purchase
Length: 1:59 Mins
We put up a camera to catch our new kitty getting on the counters but we found we had more than one counter surfer!

Edit:
I'm going to add some more info now that we've had the Ssscat for awhile. I took it down from 5 stars to 4 mostly because it doesn't always work. As you can see in the video with the second cat. I thought it was because of the batteries but after testing with fresh/more powerful batteries I found that it simply works when it wants too.
The reason I still give it 4 stars is because it's put fear into my cats and simply placing in an area I don't want them to be seems to be enough to keep them away.
So all in all, it's done what we need it to do even if it doesn't always work the way it's supposed to, however it is a bit overpriced for something that doesn't always work.
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291 of 302 people found the following review helpful By Joseph TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 11, 2005
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The Ssscat does what it says - it senses your cat, and then lets loose a spray and an alarm squeal. We have a very bad cat, but after a few encounters with this thing, he has stayed off the countertops. We recently got a second, so that we can have one for the dining room table and one for the baby's bassinet, and they're working fine as well. (You can call me a control freak, but there's something very satisfying about hearing the spray & alarm at 2 in the morning, followed by the sounds of a running cat.)

A couple pieces of advice: (1) You will need 4 AAA batteries per unit. (2) The spray is good for a few months to a year, depending on how many times you forget the unit is there and spray yourself. At that point, you can either buy the refill can or just rely on the sound alarm. (3) The alarm usually goes off once after you arm the unit, while it's "warming up." To avoid wasting a spray, I set it to "sound only" until the warm up alarm is over, then turn it to the "sound + spray" setting.
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412 of 485 people found the following review helpful By Geoff Blaskowicz on February 8, 2011
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I assembled and set this item up on my kitchen counter. I wanted to train my cat to believe that the universe would punish him for intruding upon the place where food comes from. My wife and I hid around the corner, and got ready for some laughs. The cat jumped on the counter, and went about his business knocking down food items for the other cat, who I suspect is the actual brains of the operation. The SSSCAT sat silently, implicitly advocating the intrusion through inaction; like the Vatican during the Holocaust.

Finally, I grabbed my coffee can full of pennies, and did what had to be done. The SSSCAT responded by spraying me with air, from about 10 feet away.

And that's the SSSCAT for you. It has deterred the cat approximately zero times for every dozen times it sprays a human. We don't go near the counters anymore. Conversely, our cat has doubled his countergoing efforts; possibly to mock our attempts to curtail the incursions, for he knows good and well that the SSSCAT is on his side.

I predict at this point that the SSSCAT will eventually deplete itself and end up in the trash. I certainly don't plan to buy any refills.

And maybe someday down the road, my wife and I will re-learn how to approach the kitchen counter without fear.
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117 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Susan J. Budge on September 30, 2005
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One of our cats likes to piddle on the futon in our porch. I have two ssscats set up in there. Now she stays away even though they are not turned on. She just has to see them and she runs. It is a safe, effective, and humane way to deal with any kitties who might have a favorite spot to pee, other than the litter box.
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108 of 128 people found the following review helpful By Melissa S. on April 19, 2009
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This is an excellent product.

One tip: we ran through an entire can of the air in a day. However, if you get a big 12oz can of canned air, pop off the top (be careful not to rip off the white nozzle -- you don't want it exploding in your hand) and pop the sensor on top, you get a cheaper, longer lasting refill.
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132 of 160 people found the following review helpful By Chris Maglio on September 20, 2009
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I bought one of these from PetSmart to keep the cats off of the counter. I read here on Amazon and from previous buyers how it had the sound and then a spray. So, once the cats learned that the sound was bad, you no longer needed the air. Exactly what I needed.

Well.......... the company figured this out and removed the warning sound from the product. Now, once your air runs out the product is either USELESS or EXPENSIVE to refill. Sad that the company ruined this product in order to create revenue. The cans of air only last a few days with my cats... sorry I am not paying about 10$ per can for a couple cans of air a week (20$ a week!!). This would come out to be 80$ a month or more just for ONE of these around the house. And I was hoping to have a few... not anymore.

Shame on this company for trying to make more profit on an already expensive item. Avoid at all costs (or you will be PAYING for it)!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Gary Keene on October 19, 2010
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Tried it successfully on three cats, training them off the countertops, high shelves with breakables and to stop clawing at the screen door. Generally works within three sprays for each cat, and then you can put the unit away for a few months until re-training becomes necessary. Keep breakables away from the training area because the fright reaction is extreme, and they do knock stuff over in their rapid exit from the area. Retraining is required every few months, especially for stuff that's very attractive, like a screened exterior door.

When the primary training is accomplished, remove batteries from the detector and disconnect the air can. Otherwise the can will leak to empty within a few weeks. Removing batteries may or may not increase longevity of the electronics - I've owned 5 of these and 3 stopped working within 12 months of purchase. The first symptom is a loss of sensitivity to cat-sized movement, so it goes off when it sees people, but ignores the cat. Another failure symptom is a long delay between detection and spray, so the cat can run through the beam without getting sprayed. Be prepared to send the unit back for warrranty replacement. If the SpraySentry slows down or does not detect cat sized intruders, send it back for replacement immediately. Keep returning it until you get one that works.

Frankly, I would give it a 5 if the electronics lasted longer. Given that motion detector patio lights last years, there's not much excuse for these SpraySentrys to fail so quickly. The technology is proven, so they should last forever under occasional use. (I've seen videos where a cat owner hooked a countertop blender to a motion detector patio light controller aimed at the countertop and used the noise of the blender to discourage cat visitations.
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