A Guide To Cat Tracker Devices

We all know cats love to roam, right?

So, if we suggest talking to you about cat tracker devices, you probably think it’s a stupid idea, right? Well, the truth is – you’re wrong. Don’t believe us? Look in any newsagent’s window, it’s almost certain there’s a card in there placed by some poor soul about a missing cat. So that is why you need to think about cat tracker devices NOW to save any heartbreak in the future should your furry friend get a little too adventurous in his explorations.

Why you need a cat tracker device

Cat’s like nothing more than roaming around the neighbourhood, wherever and whenever they please – and they (normally) know when to come back.However, sometimes situations take a turn for the worse. Unfortunately, cats are just like humans – they get involved in accidents, situations and plain silly incidents which delay their return home. So, imagine if you could anticipate – and prevent this – by giving yourself peace of mind that you would ALWAYS know the EXACT location of your beloved furry friend, especially when he’s out of sight. Is that something you would be interested in? Of course it is – which is why you need a cat tracker device.

What does a cat tracker device do?

let’s start by saying what a cat tracker device isn’t – it’s not like the microchips that people put in their pets for ID if they are lost. They only work should the pet be found, when the vet/charity/rescue centre can scan the pet and check it’s owner/identification.

What a cat tracker device does is help you locate and find your cat – simply, reliably and accurately.The first component in a cat tracker device is the device that the cat wears, something that will is lightweight, comfortable and easily fits on the cat’s collar. This is the ‘tracker’, and is normally the size of a similar ID tag cats or dogs would normally wear on their collar.

The second component is the directional handset, which tracks the tracker and guides the user towards it via audio and visual methods.As an example, suppose your cat is in the garden – but you don’t know this.You pick up the directional handset, and you see a red light – so you know your cat is close enough to be in range.You walk from the front door towards the back of the course, and the light changes to amber – indicating you are getting closer to the tracker.

As you exit the house, and walk towards the shed in the corner of the garden, the amber light changes to green – which shows you are getting even nearer. The audible sounds also help guide and reassure you when you are getting closer, and eventually you find him – sat on the roof of the shed without a care in the world.

Now, you can be easily as relaxed as him if you had a cat tracker device!

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