HUB SOLD SEPARATELY
Please note, this door is on the small side, if your cat is more than 4.5kg please purchase the larger pet door connect, this is also on this site.
Microchip Cat Door Connect, App control.
Connect with the Hub (SOLD SEPARATELY) which links the Microchip Cat Door Connect to the Sure Petcare app.
DualScan technology so you can keep one cat in and let another cat out.
You can also set curfew mode via the app if using this door with the Hub.
Know whether your pets are at home, monitor long-term activity and notice changes in behaviour
Prevents intruder animals entering your home
Share app access with friends and manage their permissions (4 x AA batteries not-included)
Flap size 120mm x 142mm suitable for average size cat.
Suitable for walls and wood door installations. Cut out for wood doors 171mm x 165mm, for wall installation tunnel extenders maybe required (tunnel extenders sold separately).
Remotely lock or unlock the cat door anytime, anywhere from the Sure Petcare app
Receive notifications when your pet enters and leaves your home
Create a curfew - set the door to lock and unlock at specified times or take control at any time using the Sure Petcare app
Set exit permissions for each pet to keep specific pets indoors using DualScan™ technology.
Connect the Hub to a spare port on your home router. The Hub acts as the link between the cat door and the internet.
The Sure Petcare app provides you with notifications and reports on your pet’s location and activity.
When your pet interacts with the Microchip Cat Door Connect it will let you know. You can also control when your pets are allowed to leave.
Choose who stays indoors and who can leave with DualScan™ technology, and change permissions using the Sure Petcare app.
The hole required to fit this into a wooden door is 165(W) x 171mm (H)
A circular hole is required to install the cat door in glass. The optimum hole size is 212mm, but the cat door can be installed into holes up to 260mm in diameter. Adapter for glass sold separately here
PLEASE NOTE - These cannot go into ranch sliders, they are too wide. Please take Sureflap's word on this, a number of people have thought "maybe theirs would be different". It never works, the doors can't slide passed each other.