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Stop Cats at your bird feeders

Posted by David Baxter 17/12/2015 0 Comment(s)

CatWatch - the ultimate Cat deterrent.

 

If you are weary of the neighbours cats coming in to your garden and frightening off your wild garden birds, (and doing other things!) then this is the product for you.

 

CatWatch has been tried and tested by thousands of people now, and as if that wasn't enough reassurance, you can take comfort from the fact that this is the only cat deterrent to be endorsed, tested and approved by the RSPB. In fact, the British manufacturer of this product pledges 2% of the wholesale price will be donated to the RSPB.

 

CatWatch has been sold worldwide since 1993, it is easy to use, with either a battery power or a mains adaptor kit (sold separately), it is economic to run and whilst it is inaudible to us humans it does not affect other species either.

 

CatWatch is harmless to cats, simply emitting an ultra sonic pulse that only cats can hear, this ultrasound will repel cats up to a distance of 60 feet away. There is a built in movement detector with a 100° angle that detects body heat or movement within a radius of 40 feet. Altogether this means one CatWatch unit protects an area of 1350 Square feet (125 Sq. m)

 

The British manufacturer of CatWatch is Concept Research Ltd and alongside the 2 year guarantee they also have a telephone helpline, so if you have any questions about CatWatch you can talk straight to the manufacturer.

 

Take a look at the details of CatWatch here.

 

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