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SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap

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SureFlap Microchip Cat Flap
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SureFlap Microchip cat flap recognises your cats ID chip, allowing access to your cat and keeping out unwanted pets. SureFlap identifies  the unique microchip number of your cat which acts... Read more

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SureFlap Microchip cat flap recognises your cats ID chip, allowing access to your cat and keeping out unwanted pets. SureFlap identifies  the unique microchip number of your cat which acts as an electronic door key to your home.

Key Benefits of SureFlap:

Works with your cat's existing microchip
Compatible with all European microchips
No collar or tag to get lost or snagged
Battery powered (Typical battery life up to 12 months)
Elegant design
Stores up to 32 microchip numbers
Simple one button programming to register your cats microchip
4 way manual lock allows controlled entry and exit so cat can be kept in at night
Fits into doors, windows and walls

Key Benefits of microchipping:

Microchipping is one of the most effective forms of pet identification. If your cat becomes lost, they are more likely to be reunited with you once identified at vet practices or animal shelters.
Microchipping is a permanent form of pet identification, unlike a collar and tag, which a cat can easily lose.


142mm (W) x 127mm (H)
This dimension is the smallest area of the cat flap that your cat will have to enter.

Hole Dimensions
165mm (W) x 171mm (H)
The hole required to fit your SureFlap.

Tunnel'S Interior
150mm (W) x 155mm (H)

Tunnel's Exterior
159mm (W) x 164mm (H)

Exterior Frame
210mm (W) x 210mm (H)

Tunnel Thickness

*Maximum quantity allowed per order: 4

Customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 118  Reviews

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  • Much appreciated by my cat!
    My cat was getting bullied by a neighbours cat, which was getting into the house through a standard catflap. The Sureflap has solved this! It keeps the interloper out while letting Toby come and go as he pleases. The only hitch was that it kept sticking open - however, this was solved when I loosened the screws.
    E Rowland - March 20, 2018
  • Sure flap cat flap
    Excellent product. Easy to install, worked immediately with micro chip.
    Susan Muir - August 31, 2017
  • Yes it works!
    Unsure about this for some time before buying - but glad I did. It slotted easily into the hole from the previous Catmate flap, all I had to do was drill two screw holes, the old ones were covered by the flap. Followed instructions for setting the microchip numbers of both cats before fitting, and no problem. Both cats were comfortable using it within 24 hours. I rather hope my tom of 4.25kg doesn't put on weight though - he's large limbed and seems to take longer than my small girl to ease himself through, or maybe he's just being cautious. So far they're happy - and so am I.
    Catatonic Devon - August 9, 2017
  • Old cat with new tricks.
    Our rescue cat is almost 15 years old and we were worried that he might not be able to cope with a cat flap with a comparitivly deep tunnel which he needed to enter through.Although it took about a week to get him going in he is now more than happy using it with no inducements,even though we had to keep it completely open for a couple of days for him to have confidence inside the tunnel. We then left it in the neutral position for a couple more days and finally activated the chip and allowed him to gradually gain his confidence. He is now totally confident with the flap and we can feel safe from other local cats coming into the house. Overall an excellent product.
    Bluenose 42 - July 20, 2017
  • end of big fat black cat
    sureflap microchip cat flap. Worth every Penny as it now keeps a strange cat out of the house, out of their food and both my cats can use it simply with no real training. I fitted it myself and go nose to nose with Big Fat Black Cat who can't get in. Sorted.
    Siusaidh NicNeill - June 29, 2017