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Fun At Heart Cat Collar

Playtime Please

Your furry friend deserves the best start with a collar that they'll love to wear!

Scottie paws range of breakaway collars are just adorably small and cute, purrfect for those sassy felines that want to look good.

All collars are:

  • Fully adjustable in length
  • Removable jingle bell (simply unclips if you don’t need it)
  • High quality breakaway buckle to keep your kitty safe
  • Ultra slimline to prevent snags and collar losses

Let your kitty forget all about their collar and get on with the important business of being a cat!

Cat Collar Sizes

Size

Neck Range

 

One Size

7.9 to 11.8 inches

(20 to 30 cm)

FAQ

Cat Collar questions?

It turns out that almost 3 out of 4 cats will wear a cat collar.  72.7 percent of cats wore their collars during an entire six-month study period in research published by Linda Lord, DVM, in 2010.

Your collar should be snug enough to fit but loose enough
that two fingers can fit between it and your cat's neck. Let your cat get used to their collar for a few minutes before taking it off. Reinforce your cat's behaviours
throughout, give it tons of praise, pats, and a few treats when they comply.

Breakaway safety cat collars with ID tags can help to keep your cat safe and identify them quickly if they get lost. With outdoor cats this can easily happen, but even indoor cats can escape through an open door or window, so indoor cats can also benefit from wearing a collar and tag too.

If you aren't willing to curb your feline's wanderlust, a common alternative is to attach a bell to her collar to alert wildlife of her approach. Studies have shown that whether bells on your cat collar, help prey escape from cats, and the general consensus was yes!

A well-fitting, comfortable cat collar should be suitable for long-term wear. However, there may be times when you will need to take your cat's collar off. You may be advised to take your cat's collar off following routine
vaccinations, or when administering treatment at back-of-the-neck such as a flea spot-on.

Even indoor-only cats should wear collars, because if your
cat does get out, a well-meaning person may think your cat is a stray and take her to an animal shelter. With an collar and an ID tag, your cat has a better
chance of safely and quickly getting back home.

If you decide to walk your cat on a leash, it is crucial that you attach this to a harness rather than a collar. Cats can easily slip out of collars or may choke if they escape and become entangled. Also, a proper cat harness rather than a dog harness should be used as these are more comfortable and secure.

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