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February 3, 2009

PetPorte Microchip Cat Flap — World's first cat door requiring positive ID

"Is your cat being bullied? Are neighbors' cats invading your home? Are other cats stealing your cat's food?

If the answer to any of the questions above is "yes," well, you've come to the right place.

Video est credere.

Wait a minute....

From the website:


PetPorte® Microchip Cat Flap™


An innovation designed by a vet that stops your cat being stressed and makes them feel safer at home.

Stop 100% of unwanted cats coming in with the world's first cat flap designed for microchipped cats.

Installs in doors, walls and even double-glazed panels.

Ultra-smooth action — strong yet light door pushes open easily.

Even timid cats love it.

Works with your cat's pre-existing microchip (Bayer Tracer, Identichip, and many more [except for Biotherm] — so no need for your cat to wear a collar!

Now your cat can feel freer and less constricted.

Guaranteed to keep 100% of intruder cats out.


An open letter to cat lovers like me, from the PetPorte website:



Dear Fellow Cat Lover,

Yes, you may be SHOCKED to realize that you have been feeding neighbors' cats day after day.

Naturally you felt that installing a cat flap would make it easy for your furry little friends to come and go as they please — and indeed it does!

However — when you are sleeping, at work, shopping, busy surfing the net, or otherwise not in the room ... who knows what else is sneaking through your standard cat flap?

Chances are that neighborhood cats are enjoying your generosity as they FEAST on the delicious dinner that was mean for your cats.


Who knew?

"Choose from THREE exciting colors":



[via James Winsoar]

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See also The Flo Control Project, from back in 2000.

Posted by: Daniel Rutter | Feb 5, 2009 12:04:23 AM

iz in ur house eatin all ur chow
nappin in ur suny spotz
wallerin on ur bedz
poopin in ur box
skrachin on ur chair
luvvin on ur peeps

tryan stop me
heh heh

Posted by: Pilfering PuddyTat | Feb 3, 2009 8:47:28 PM

Okay. Now how do I keep out the possums, raccoons, birds, mice, dogs, chipmunks, squirrels, elves, fairies, and leprechauns? Oh, and goblins. We get lots of goblins here.


Posted by: Flautist | Feb 3, 2009 12:42:52 PM

Hey I like that idea, Limeduck.

I think I'll set it so NO cats can come in, I hate cats. Oh, wait....

Posted by: Lilorfnannie | Feb 3, 2009 11:38:28 AM

If you install it backwards, you can turn your house into a roach motel for local moocher cats. They check in, but they can't check out.

Posted by: limeduck | Feb 3, 2009 10:12:44 AM

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