Batman Cat Collar With Bell and Breakaway Safety Buckle UK
A demonstration of our safety cat bell with reflective collar and jingle bell. Your cat will sleep easy with this quality bell and collar.
This stunning baby pink Linny leather cat collar has been delicately embellished with SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS crystals for that little extra sparkle.
The bell will warn potential of the cat's approach. Cats eventually learn to walk without ringing the bell and are therefore encouraged to regularly change the bell or attach two bells on the collar.
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This is the sound of a small cat's collar bell which sounds like a cat or indeed a pixie! Recorded with a Shure SM58 and a Marantz digital recorder. There’s some controversy as to whether cat collars with bells are cruel. It’s unlikely that a cat bell could reach the decibel level required to damage a cat’s hearing. The guidelines I checked are in reference to human ears but cats and humans have a similar range of hearing (). That said, I don’t recommend choosing a cat collar with loud bells as this increases the chance of damage.We don’t know why user put collars with bells on the household cats, but now we’re left with 40 seconds of joy and confusion as these kitties have their minds blown.Forty-one pet cats known to bring home prey were selected to take part in the study. The cats came from a variety of rural and urban environments, and were currently wearing collars without bells. The study period for each cat lasted for two continuous months, and each cat wore the bell half the time. When wearing the bells, the 41 cats delivered a total of 82 mammals, 26 birds, and 10 amphibians; without the bells, they delivered 167 mammals, 48 birds, and 11 amphibians. These results were statistically significant, and at least during the timescale of the study, bell-equipped cats appeared to kill only half as many mammals and birds as they did when not wearing bells. There was no apparent impact on amphibian prey, though, presumably because the hapless frogs and toads either couldn't hear the high frequency bell sound, or they didn't associate the sound with impending doom.