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  •    Home » Articles » PetDoors » The Magnetic Pet Door: Cats Have Needs Too

    The Magnetic Pet Door: Cats Have Needs Too


    While a magnetic cat door sometimes operates on batteries or on regular house electrical current, that doesn't mean that it's always the case, which means that they can continue operating even when there's a power failure. This feature is very convenient, as the door won't let the cat be locked out during bad weather because the storm kocked out the electrical system of the neighborhood.

    How These Doors Operate

    This kind of door can sense a magnet that is installed on the collar of the cat, which works as some sort of "key" that will open the door to the cat. When the pet comes close to the door the magnetic pull releases the latch and the door opens. The cat is then free to go and come at their convenience.

    The main purpose of the magnetic cat door is to let the cat into or out the house without the help of the owner, who can even go out on vacation without worrying about the cat.


    The magentic cat door has a feature that adds safety to your cat's life: it will lock itself after your cat has passed through it. This will keep unwanted animals from getting inside the house. As an extra feature, since the door is locked, burglars can't use it to sneak into the house or to insert an object that will open the lock.

    These doors normally come with the following settings which can be set to the owners liking: In and Out, In only, Out only and Locked. Despite what some people think, these doors are very easy to install.

    A magnetic pet door is resistant to water, which means that you won't have to worry about rain or winter affecting it, and it won't let water come into your house either. Convenient as they may be, magnetic cat doors aren't recommended for young kitties.


    They generally cost about $50. But some fancy models can cost up to $100. You can even get one made in order to fit the style of your house, but that will cost even more.


    If you have a cat, installing a magnetic cat door is a very good idea. This way, there's no need to open the door or a window every time the cat goes in or out. Oh, and a magnetic pet door will ONLY open for your cat.

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