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My Cat Keeps Bolting Out The Door But I Have a Secret Weapon Now..

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I received the PABY pet tracker at no charge in order to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own.

See this sweet little ball of fluff? This is Dexter. Don’t let his cuteness fool you, he’s a complete a-hole sometimes. But I DO love him despite his moodiness and thirst for adventure. He likes to bolt out of the house when I open the door and run around the neighborhood. I don’t like that and I will tell you why…

My neighborhood is an average run-of-the-mill suburb with one exception – coyotes. We back to a protected area where there is a creek and a field and some hills, a perfect home for a family of coyotes. Coyotes that feed off of cats. In fact when I first moved here I lost a cat to them. They have been spotted in the front yard of my neighbor 4 doors down from me. So my Dexter is NOT going to be wild animal food.

I had often joked I was going to GPS him, then to my surprise I get an email. “Hey do you wanna GPS your cat with our new device called PABY?”. Um. YEAH. So they sent me a PABY Smart Pet Tracker. A cat-tracker. Dexter was a little mad that it was in the shape of a bow and had pink stars on it but screw him, he’s the one who caused the need for it. Tough luck cat…

PABY allows me to know exactly were he is at all times. Not only can I track him on my phone a la 2/3G GPS and pinpoint his location, But I can also click a little feature that emits a loud chirp and/or a flashing light so I can find him. I can tell if he’s walking or running. Pretty rad…

The PABY tracker does look smashing with his spiked collar though…

Now since I have had PABY on Dexter’s collar he hasn’t gotten out. BUT there was one day last week when I thought he had gotten out. See, I had the cable guy over to fix my signal and I couldn’t find Dexter, I thought he fled. I checked my app and saw he was somewhere in the house, so I used the CHIRP and he was hiding in the kitchen cabinet. I knew immediately he was home and safe.

Now in case he does get out I am not hunting for hours to find him, I know I can track where he is and keep him out of the jaws of a predator. He’s still an a-hole, but he’s a safe a-hole. I would be pretty darn sad if he wasn’t curled on my legs right now, even though he is slowly digging his claws into my feet…

You can see more about keeping your own little jerk-face cat (or dog) safe because you love them so much at PABY.com and on the following social channels:

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