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Lost Feline Locator Homing Tags

Lost Feline Locator: Brilliant or Baffling?

Kitties who enjoy impromptu games of hide-and-seek — when you're it — should be warned. Their feline antics will be foiled if this invention makes it into your home! A combination of a credit card sized handset and signal transmitting tags, the Lost Feline Locator's remote has eight LEDs that light up in succession to guide you in the direction of your cat, even through walls and doors!

While the $100 product comes with two homing tags (with additional tags costing $50 a pop), it's possible to just search for one cat at a time, too. The one disadvantage I can see is that the beeping tone gets louder as you get closer, which could scare the feline further away, but all and all it would work well in a home with many nooks and crannies for all personality types and sneaky kitties.

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runningesq runningesq 7 years
Ha, fuzzles, I do something similar... just shake the treat jar and all three come thundering in.
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 7 years
The idea is a good one. My cats always seem to disappear about 10 minutes before we're supposed to leave for the vet. However, I think it would be better if the homing device could sync with a floor plan of the house, and pinpoint which room the cat was in.
fuzzles fuzzles 7 years
Ha! If I can't find Oliver, all I have to do is yell "Oliver want cookies?" followed by a brisk rattling of his treat bag. He thunders to me every time! :D
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