Our feline friends have lots to purr about with Up Country's stunning selection of collars, harnesses and leads. Lightweight flexible nylon webbing with a breakaway clasp that is the safest way for cats to dress.
Glow-in-the-Dark Breakaway Cat Collars
Our feline friends have lots to purr about with Up Country's stunning selection of collars, harnesses and leads. Lightweight flexible nylon webbing and our signature artist designed ribbons are fastened with a breakaway clasp that is the safest way for cats to dress. This clasp will release under pressure to assure safe outdoor play, but is durable for daily wear. Enjoy!
Collars, Leads, Harnesses - Doctors Foster and Smith
The two basic styles of harness are leads, which comprise a few straps attached to a leash, and vests, which are are like little pieces of clothing for cats. It’s important to purchase a harness for your cat and not to simply attach a leash to your cat’s collar — doing so could injure your cat or enable him to easily .
Cat Harness: Figure 8 Cat Harness - Drs. Foster and Smith
To begin, you will want to purchase a cat-safe harness. There are many brands and prices of cat harnesses out there. The two most important factors when buying one is the size and the security. If your cat’s safety and comfort is top priority to you, price should not matter. The best harness on the market for cats is the Kitty Holster cat harness. They are priced at $24.95 and up depending on the color you choose. They can be purchased at . If you simply can’t afford that or do not want to invest that much money in the beginning of training, the standard figure 8 cat harness will do fine. There are a few different options in closures; the buckle, the snap-clips, and Velcro. They also come in different thicknesses and patterns, and can be found at most pet stores for under $10. You will also want to purchase a lead to go with the harness. Do not use anything heavy and nothing too cheap. Most cat leads are around 4 feet long. You can also purchase a retractable lead that has extended lengths of up to 30 feet, but this is not a good idea if your cat is just learning how to walk on a leash.Cats can be introduced to leads and harnesses at an early age. Starting early in a cat’s development can help her to accept a harness and lead before heading outdoors. Older cats may have a harder time of accepting the harness, so you’ll need a little more patience to train an older cat to walk using a harness and lead. Harnesses are more difficult for cats to wiggle out of than collars. They are ideal for using with a lead because they are gentler on animal’s neck than a standard . The collars, leads and harnesses offered by Winters Trail can be used with any age cat to help keep your cat safe and supervised.