About Tabcat

Effective and reliable. Find them in the hardest to find places or train them to return on command.

About Tabcat

Tabcat is the revolutionary tracking device that lets you find your missing pet. Attaching easily to your cat’s collar, the device is lightweight yet robust enough to stay on whatever they get up to.

With an astonishing degree of accuracy it will guide you to within 1 inch of your cat’s location. Because it has no ongoing cost, the Tabcat tracker is more effective and affordable than GPS or other similar locating systems.

Unbelievably simple and intuitive to use.

Perfect for cats or kittens. Each dual directional handset can find up to four cats. Just attach the lightweight tag (0.2 ounces) to their collar.

Beeps and lights will guide you right to them.

The dual directional handset picks up the signal from the tag on your cats collar and then tells you which way to walk to find them.

A single red light tells you that you’re in range. Then as you walk in the right direction and get closer, the lights go to amber and then green guiding you right to your cat.

Find your cat wherever they might be hiding.

Our patented RF-based technology is accurate enough to find where they are hiding whether in the house or in neighbouring gardens and streets.

They may not travel far (cats are very territorial), but they can get trapped in sheds or garages, stuck up trees, or chased by dogs and become disorientated.

Range of up to 400 ft. Guides you in to within 1 inch.

Tabcat can track your cat up to 400 ft in clear line of sight and guide you to within 1 inch of their location. Rest assured that while your cat is in range, you should always be able to find them. Cats tend not to wander very far, so in 99% of cases a quick walk about will find them.

Train your cat to come home on its own accord.

About 70% of customers we’ve spoken to said their cat came back on its own when they pressed the locate button. This activates a small beep on your cat's collar tag. You can increase the chances of them coming back with some initial training so they associate the beep with a treat.