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Looks beautiful on my black cats.
Nov 19, 2022
We have had this for a few months now and no matter how much they scratch at their collars they will not shred. We have gone thru so many over the months cutting off the shredded fabric of others.
Dec 22, 2022
This collar is very durable, my outdoor cat is black and he wears the yellow collar. It stands out against his fur. He has not slipped out of it or left any claw marks on this collar like he has with other collars we have purchased in the past. I'm completely satisfied with this product.
Feb 09, 2023
Very cute colors! Highly recommend!
Jan 07, 2023
Feb 07, 2023
Really like the collar. Will purchase more to keep on hand for the future. Very satisfied with this product.
Feb 17, 2023
These are the best breakaway collars I've found yet! The cat that adopted us (and is pretty much an outside cat due to that being his natural state) is a bush ninja and every collar we tried on him went missing within a day. However, this collar has prevailed! He still has it on! It's been months. We finally trusted the collar enough to put his ID tags on it. It's a pretty sturdy, fabric collar although fraying/etc is definitely to be expected if your cat goes outdoors. Fantastic buy. If we ever go through the three provided, would buy again.
Feb 11, 2023
I bought these bc our cat is indoor outdoor and it’s springtime, which means half the yards in our neighborhood look like scenes from Bambi. The last thing I want is my cat’s mugshot on the neighborhood Facebook page with an accompanying, “Whose cat just senselessly murdered all the baby bunnies and chipmunks and left them by my back door?!?” It makes for an uncomfortable time.
I needed something that would warn the poor creatures a predator higher on the food chain was nearby. Hence the need for the bell. I also needed something which would break away if it really got stuck, but not if my cat was scratching her ear. I don’t want my cat hanging her self in the forest now that she can’t murder innocent critters.
There’s a reflective ring. The bell is not overly loud so I don’t think it will become annoying indoors. It’s loud enough I think creatures in nature should be able to hear it and save themselves from the natural order of the food chain.
Nov 11, 2022
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