Safety Turtle Pool Alarm Saves Ragdoll Cat from Drowning

| January 8, 2016 | 6 Comments
Safety Turtle Pool Alarm Saves Ragdoll Cat from Drowning

Dolly wearing her Safety Turtle collar.

As many of you know, our Facebook community is rather active.  The other day, a reader and Ragdoll cat owner, Gina, mentioned that her cat, Dolly, had been saved from drowning in her pool because of the collar she wears – The Safety Turtle.

Gina told me that she wanted me to share with other kitty owners, in case they, too, have pools.

The Safety Turtle 2.0 is an easy to use pet collar preventative measure to avoid pet drownings.  The Turtle sensor comes on a Velcro strap or can be threaded directly onto the pet’s collar.  If it is submerged in water, it triggers the alarm in the house.  The Base in the house is small and can sit in a Safety Turtle 2.0 Pet Kitwindow looking at the pool.  The Kit comes with a base, USB cord, adapter and one Turtle sensor.  Additional Turtles can be added to the system.  Thousands of pets are lost in backyard pools every year.  Safety Turtle 2.0 will alert you immediately.  This product has been on the market for 16 years and recently updated with new technology.

The Safety Turtle 2.0 Pet Kit costs $139.99

RJE Technlogoies, the makers of the Safety Turtle 2.0, is offering a $10 discount for all Floppycats readers.  Just enter Safety Turtle 2.0 Discount Code “Floppycats” in the discount code box on the Safety Turtle website when purchasing.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. chris chocallo says:

    Jenny: Reading this story about a Ragdoll almost drowning prompted me to write and tell you about our daughter-in-law’s Ragdoll mix rescue. She was loading the sheets into the dryer and turned away for a minute. she then closed the door and started the dryer. She said that it sounded like there were tennis shoes in the dryer and she immediately turned it off. Her Ragdoll jumped out! He was okay, probably because he is long, lean, and very floppy and limp. My Ragdoll Widget is in and out of the dryer all of the time when I am doing laundry. Just wanted to pass this on to all cat owners, and it might make us think about it when we are doing the laundry. /They move very quickly and are silent! Chris

  2. Patti Johnson says:

    What a great piece of information to have on hand, Jenny! Thank you so much! I no idea that Ragdolls were even prone to drowning in pools. I learn so much every single day from!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  3. Babyruffy says:

    Could a person use this on their child?

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