Tattle Tale's audible alarm keeps cats off furniture
Allows you to stay in control of your cat's indoor behavior
Features automatic reset and adjustable sensitivity level
The audible alarm in Tattle Tale is effective in keeping your cats off your counters and furniture. Sensor picks up vibrations on the surface, startles your cat, and stops him in his tracks. Two-second alarm resets automatically. Adjustable sensitivity level can be set to either high or low. Includes 9-volt battery. Measures 5" long x 2" wide x 1.5" thick.
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Keeps pets off furniture
Keeps pets out of restricted rooms
Designed to be set down or hung up
High/low sensitivity switch
Dimensions: 5 inches long x 2 inches wide x 1.5 inches deep
Long life continuous operation with a single 9-volt battery
Tattle Tale is a super sensitive vibration and movement alert. Using structural vibration technology the Tattle Tale can detect vibration in an object or surface without any apparent motion. Tattle Tale sounds a distinct 2 second alarm and then resets itself waiting for the next interruption.
Battery Installation: Turn the Tattle Tale over and remove the battery door. Replace battery and put battery cover back on.
Operating Audible Alarm: Select "Hi" or "Lo" sensitivity setting. Place the Tattle Tale on the object to be protected. Alert indicates a disturbance. The alarm will sound for approximately 2-seconds, and then it resets itself. The alarm is audible and people as well as pets can hear it.
Sensitivity Setting: The Hi and Lo switch is for sensitivity - not for loudness. "Hi" sensitivity detects smaller vibrations than the "Lo" sensitivity, select for optimum performance.
Tattle Tale has a loud high-pitched tone that can be heard by humans and other animals in or near the room where the Tattle Tale is placed. The sound may startle other pets that may be near the device.
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