Cat Collar Kit with Safety Breakaway Buckle by Creative Designworks
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Breakaway collars- The safe choice for your feline friend, our Cat collars feature a breakaway buckle designed to release at about 5 lbs. of pressure. Adjustable from 8″-12″ and is available with or without a bell.
Here's the buckle on a "break-away" collar. If the cat pulls hard enough, the buckle just pops open. People complain about the cat losing its collar and having to buy more collars, but the collars are pretty inexpensive -- certainly cheaper than treating such a wound. "He keeps coming home without his collar". The key words in that phrase are "He keeps coming home". Some cats that get hung up just don't come home. Somewhere in a bush there is a little kitty skeleton hanging by that collar we didn't want to lose. Wish I had a picture of that.
Embroidered Cat Collar with GoSafe Breakaway Safety Buckle.
Embroidered Cat Collar with GoSafe Breakaway Safety Buckle
When you pull on a breakaway collar, the plastic buckle opens. This means that if your cat gets his collar caught on a fence or tree, he can pull strongly and release himself. Otherwise the collar can strangle the cat. It does mean that you’ll lose a lot more collars – especially if you have an outdoor cat. But come on, it’s worth it. They’re collars, not Tiffany necklaces. They’re not that expensive. I know I couldn’t live with myself if something happened to one of our pets because of a bad decision I made.The style that had the fewest reports of loss, forelimbs caught in collar, and mouth caught in collar? The simple buckle collar. The authors explore other collar issues, too—and the buckle collar most often comes out the winner. This is really important information as we are ultimately aiming for collaring and tagging of all cats who leave shelters. By choosing the collar that is least likely to be troublesome, and least likely to be lost, we will be truly decreasing risk by helping to ensure that cats can be quickly identified and reunited with their owners.558 cats in total were randomly assigned one of the three collar types. They were followed up after six months and it was found that 72.7% of cats were still wearing their collar at the end of the study. The style with the fewest reports of loss was the simple buckle collar. This would be expected since the cat has no way to remove it. 56.3% of the cat owners found their cat tolerated the collar better than they expected. Only 8% reported that their cat didn’t like wearing a collar.A traditional nylon weave collar, with an elastic band near the buckle that allows the collar to expand to free your cat if it becomes entangled.