About the PetSafe Microchip Cat Door Key
A key for your cat
If you'd like provide your cat indoor/outdoor access — or even just access between rooms in your home — while denying access to other critters, PetSafe's Microchip Cat Door is a great choice. But what if your cat isn't microchipped or her microchip is incompatible? Just give her a key! This lightweight, water-resistant tag attaches to your cat's collar and can be programmed into the door just like a microchip.
What's in the box:
- Microchip Cat Flap key fob
- Key Ring
More details on the PetSafe Microchip Cat Door Key
Overview: The PetSafe Microchip Cat Flap Key allows cats without microchips (or with non-compatible microchips) to enter or exit your home through the Microchip Cat Flap (item #481PA16145). The key can be attached to your cat's collar, and, when it gets within a few inches of the Cat Flap's sensor, can give your cat access through the door. The Microchip Cat Flap Key comes with an extra metal ring to help the key rest flat against your cat's chest when it's attached to its collar. The key fob weighs about 1/2 ounce, requires no power, and is durable and water-resistant.
Microchip Compatibility: The Microchip Cat Flap's RFID sensor is compatible with most 15-digit microchips (FDX-B) that are in use today. The Cat Flap Key has its own 15-digit microchip code that gets programmed to the Microchip Cat Flap. Up to 40 microchips (or Cat Flap keys) can be programmed to the Cat Flap, which is ideal for multi-pet households.