Today, you aren't limited to plain old cat collars when looking for the right collar for your cat. Designer cat collars are the bomb. They are made with designs like snowflake, ice cream cone, argyle, and butterfly. They make leather collars with embedded jewels, velvet collars, reflective collars, and glitzy collars in different colors. Some cat collars have a bell on them.
You can order personalized cat collars with your cats name on the collar and your phone number. A personalized collar can help your kitty get back home if she is lost. Personalized and non-personalized collars come in a breakaway form that protects your cat from being caught and trapped by branches, bushes, fences, and other objects she could get her collar attached to so she couldn't get away. The breakaway collars comes with a clasp that pops open when sufficient pressure is used. Elastic collars also allow a cat to escape when her collar is snagged on something. As she wiggles to get free, this collar will stretch enough to let her get the collar off.
There are different types of reflective collars like the reflective collar with bell, LED collar, and glow in the dark collars. These collars are adjustable and some are breakaway too. Some are made of elastic and are reflective. Some are crafted with shiny nylon and have reflective tape to increase your cat's visibility at night. Some of these reflective collars can be seen at 600 feet and others at 1500 feet.
If you and your feline friend are into recycling, then you'll like the polyester cat collars produced from recycled plastic. They come in patterns like houndstooth, tropical or marine. Cat collars are also made of one hundred percent cotton and there are weaved collars made of faux fur and velvet and with rhinestones.
Daring people are teaching their cats to walk on leashes these days. It is best to use a harness when walking your cat on a leash. They wiggle and pull out of collars easily when you try to walk them with the leash attached to a collar. Be certain that the harness fits correctly. Measure the harness by putting two fingers between your cat and the harness. It is too tight if you can't place two fingers between them and too loose if you can get three fingers between them. The harness should create the tension at the chest not the throat.
Harness and leash sets are available wherein the harness is adjustable. Some harnesses have a flap that protects your cat from the buckle. Flexible, retractable leashes are available and they come in lengths like ten feet. If you and your cat like bling, the rhinestone leashes made with nylon and decorated with pink or white rhinestones that let your cat shine like the stars is what you want.
There is a world of variety in cat collars, leashes, and harnesses for you to pick and enjoy with your cat. Safety and style are at your fingertips when it comes to cat collars, harnesses, and leashes.
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