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The Cat Caller - Remote with 3 Receivers - White, Blue and Pink


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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
  • ASIN: B004OJPQY8
  • Item model number: B004OJPQY8
  • Batteries 2032 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #709,672 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I hate giving a bad review and hurting someone's business but this is just the truth.
Versaith
The batteries on the receivers are protected from draining prior to first use via plastic tabs (that you remove), but the remote doesn't have this tab.
Bruno
The Cat Caller claims to have a 175 foot range - the best we were able to get was 90 feet while testing outside in the open air.
Michael S

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mugsy on January 17, 2012
With three cats found under the hood of my car five years ago, I purchased the "3 receiver" deluxe package to help me locate them when they "disappear" either under furniture of over the fence. The "Cat Caller" is among the lowest priced pet tracking units out there, and works as advertised, but has a number of serious design flaws that probably would of prevented me from buying the unit had I known.

Yes, the CC works. Three cat-shaped receivers and a paw-shaped transmitter with four buttons (the 4th being "Call all"). Pressing each color button makes each coinciding colored receiver emit 5 "loud" beeps and a tiny flashing blue light out one "eye" on the cat-face-shaped receiver. In optimal conditions, you should hear the high-pitched beep just fine, and you might even see the tiny light in the dark (such as under the bed or furniture). The range seems to be decent enough. About 100' feet or so. I suspect it may reach further, but at that distance, you're not going to hear the tiny beep unless it is perfectly quiet. Which brings me to its flaws:

First, and most glaring, the receivers mount to your cats' collar using a solid metal buckle with the receiver in the center and a narrow slot on each side. The ONLY collars that this would work with are thin, scratchy leather collars with NO metal buckles, beading or hoops to get in the way. Most nylon collars use large plastic buckles that won't fit through the slots on the receivers. Thick plastic flea collars would bulge around the back and press into your poor kitty's neck, so forget about those too. I didn't realize this when I bought my unit, having purchased three matching nylon collars before I discovered this.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael S on June 2, 2011
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We were looking for a simple tracking option for our cats. They love to hide under the balcony or sometimes wander next door, so the Cat Caller seemed like a great option with it's medium range and lower price point.

Sadly, the product doesn't perform as advertised. The Cat Caller claims to have a 175 foot range - the best we were able to get was 90 feet while testing outside in the open air. Inside the house the range went down significantly, the best we got was 60 feet and that was still sporadic.

The plastic used on the receivers isn't very durable, and it would take upwards of 5 seconds for the alarm to sound after the keychain was used. The receivers are also larger than the picture on the box indicates. Not by much, but on a small-medium size cat they seem unwieldy. If you have a large cat the size would be fine.

If you're looking for a cat tracking device...look elsewhere.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Allyson Young on July 24, 2013
Usually I read reviews for all the products I buy. This one, however, I bought from the original website and I was so desperate to get ANY locater for my stubborn indoor-outdoor cat (who is NOT the brightest animal), that to my loss, I didn't read the reviews.

This product decayed over the course of TWO DAYS. The first day, the beeper would go off (very quietly) 5 seconds after the button was pressed. By the end of the last day, it didn't work at all. The time after pressing the button to when then beeper sounded kept getting longer until it eventually didn't beep at all. Plus, the only time pressing the button would register was when I was within 10 feet of my cat (MUCH less than advertised) and this defeated the purpose all together.

It is a cheap product. You REALLY get what you pay for. DO NOT BUY!!!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Phil on July 7, 2011
I bought The Cat Caller recently and I'm happy with the instant results! While I haven't actually tested the range, I know that my front yard is over 100 feet, and I was able to beep Buddy from across the yard......and SEE THE LIGHT!!!

Compared to the super-expensive cat tracking GPS alternatives and complicated systems out there......The Cat Caller is a bargain for the price!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By YoginiIngie on June 25, 2013
This product is so useful to find our pets when they are hiding under the couch or in the closet. I have also used it to get their attention when I need it by training them with treats each time it beeps. Then, not only do I see the light flash and the device beep, but the cat comes running to me. I love it! Their customer service department is also fantastic, if you ever need anything.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Bruno on June 24, 2013
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I live in a wild mountain setting with natural vegetation (tall grasses, bushes, trees) that makes it hard to locate the cats even when they are just 30ft away. If they aren't moving then I can't hear the bells on their collars so this is just what I needed to locate.

Other reviewers think the receivers are too large or can't attach to a standard collar, but the size is fine for our 7 and 10lb cats, and a diagram on the box shows how to attach to a collar without the need to thread the collar clasp through the receiver opening.

To avoid frustration, replace the battery in the remote with one of the spare batteries before you use it. The batteries on the receivers are protected from draining prior to first use via plastic tabs (that you remove), but the remote doesn't have this tab. I'm sure the thought was the remote doesn't use much power unless a button is pushed (whereas the receivers are always ON), but it still has a little microprocessor that apparently had drained the battery that was installed prior to shipping. Otherwise I would give it 5 stars.

As a bonus, the cat that is most stubborn about coming inside is a bit afraid of the beeping, and now always comes running to the door whenever I press the remote. The other cat is oblivious to the beeping.
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