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There are a number of methods that cat owners can use to identify their beloved pets, from collars and harnesses with engraved tags to more permanent solutions such as tattoos. There are pros and cons to each so we’ll take a look!

Every cat should wear a safety collar with a current pet ID tag. Even your indoor cat should wear a collar with identification.

If the sound of jingling pet tags is an annoyance, you can eliminate the problem by replacing the hanging identification tags withThese are silent because they attach directly to the collar with no dangling parts.

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If the sound of jingling pet tags is an annoyance, you can eliminate the problem by replacing the hanging identification tags with collar tags It is important to introduce your pet gradually to anything new, including a collar. Start without tinkling tags or jingling bells. Place the properly fitted collar on your pet for 10 minutes or, if the pet does not appear to object, for a few supervised hours. Reward the pet with a treat and playtime and remove the collar. Replace and remove the collar multiple times over a few days, until your pet is comfortable and associates wearing the collar with great things — fun time with you! Repeat the process after adding identification and rabies-vaccination tags. A pet who has never worn a collar should not be left unsupervised until you are certain he or she has accepted it. A positive introduction to a collar will make your pet far more comfortable wearing one permanently.

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A collar and identification tag is the simplest and most economical way to make sure your lost pet finds a way back to you. Still, many pet parents delay or resist adding identification to their pets. We can help you with some of the most common concerns.

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It's a good idea to keep a spare collar and tag on hand. If your cat loses their collar and tag, you can immediately outfit them with a replacement set. This is a cheap way of ensuring that your feline friend will spend their life where they belong—with you!If you're a dog owner, you're familiar with the sound of dog collar tags jangling as your pet walks or runs around or shakes off. Cats with tags also sometimes make a jingling or tinkling sound as they move around. The noise can be annoying, especially when your pet is active at night, or if there's a baby in the house who is being awakened whenever your pet moves.If the sound of jingling pet tags is an annoyance, you can eliminate the problem by replacing the hanging identification tags withThese are silent because they attach directly to the collar with no dangling parts.