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Re: now cat door

Mine has no problem with his collar, and even though it is quite loose, never attempts to take it off. Since he goes out, it has our name and phone # plus his rabies vaccination tag.
On Thursday, December 25, 2003, at 09:32 AM, Kitty wrote:

I think I've seen some cat doors that operate on electronic control of some
sort. They only open for the animal wearing the collar that controls it.
However, mine don't wear collars. I worry about them getting caught on
fences, etc. If the collars loose enough for them to squeeze out in a jam,
they'll squeeze out of 'em on purpose, too. Of course there are the
breakaway types, but that gets pretty expensive cuz they keep breaking away
from their collars and I have to buy new ones.

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