4.17 rating based on 6 reviews
CatStopAutomatic Cat Repellant
These work great. I bought 3 and sold all of them. Now I need more and I need to keep at least a couple in my own backyard.
Not what I expected
from Nashua NH03/08/2014
The burst are too short, stray cats just walk by them with no problems. I own 3 and have put them in the yard. recommend improving the product, have the sound sound bursts much longer, improve the range. The cats are laughing at this product.
Did the job!
from South TX07/17/2014
I had been feeding some feral cats, which is not recommended by PETA, and had a colony of cats living in my yard. My county has a kill policy. Then, my area got a flea infestation! These devices allowed me to successfully deal with this problem in a human way.
The Humane Way to Get Rid of Stray Cats
from Los Angeles, CA06/19/2012
I installed CatStop in some bushes at the edge of my front lawn and the stray cats in my neighborhood stopped using my yard as a toilet. The ultrasonic repellent works great, 24/7. Uses one 9V battery, which needs replacing every couple of months. I don't have to buy a dog!
from jersey city,nj05/16/2013
This works pretty well. But depending on the area, you may need more that one. I t reall only affects the direct area you put it in. For example: We put it in the patio seating area, so now the cats will not sit on our couches outside but they will lay on the part of the patio that the cat stop is facing away from, or play on the steps right before the the patio furniture. But I would still recomend it.
Best Cat Repellent I've Found
by J in Mich12/31/2011
A feral cat was preying on our backyard wildlife. I've tried LOTS of repellants. None worked! I tried CatStop. Now, the cat never occupies the bush where he used to spend all day scoping out his next meal; and I rarely see him in our backyard (although he occasionally sits beyond the CatStop's range and may run in to catch something, but I haven't seen that). I'd like him to run in fear of the CatStop, but it's not that effective. Seems to just be annoying enough that he generally stays away. CatStop performance is acceptable, but could have more sensors for a wider view angle and more sectors within the view angle. It also seems to be activated by the sun and moving leaves. I've replaced the battery 3x in a month because of these unwanted alarms, but I suppose they just annoy the cat that much more. It's good; the best I've found; but it's not exceptional.