Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 36
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2CatsAnd4RatsDad Great, Affordable Collar
Neither of my cats have worn a collar for a very long time. The older one would always get her breakaway collars off after a few hours of me putting it back on. Not the case here (at least, not yet). Both cats have been wearing their collars and tags for a few days already, and I've yet to see either without it. The breakaway buckle has a stiffer release than other collars I've tried, and once it's properly adjusted (two fingers are all I can get under either collar) I don't have to worry about my girls getting their collars off, or stuck around their arms or jaws - one of my biggest paranoias with collars.
July 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Vancechristine Love the collar with a warnng bell.
I purchased the collar with a bell to "warn" birds and small furry animals that my cat (Ninja) is around..It's doing the job, no murders since she's been wearing it!
December 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MusicalAKA Keeps my pet right in line!
I realized, after ordering this collar, that I didn't know how a breakaway collar operates! So I took the collar (and the ID tag, which I had ordered elsewhere) to the PetSmart store near my home and was assisted by a very nice young lady who works at the store. She put the tag on the collar as well as using the pliers I had brought to put on the tag. I felt pretty silly when I realized that the breakaway collar really DID break away! My cat is now wearing the collar;she's three years old and seems fine with the tag/collar, although it's the first collar she has ever worn. We've recently moved to a brand new area, and I felt I could not let her outside until she had a collar/tag around her neck.
November 25, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by CatHerder99 Almost Good
I have a 15 week old kitten and with the collar adjusted to the smallest setting, it's still loose which will change as he grows, though the looseness can be a hazard in itself, in how it could catch on something while he's playing. The breakaway feature of the clip certainly works, so no worry that he could get caught on something and strangle, but at least twice this week I found the collar and his ID tag on the floor. This creates the dilemma of how robust the clip should be. Should be strong enough to stay on his neck so he can be ID'd if lost, but not so strong as to be a hazard to his life. Difficult to balance those two concerns. I wish the clip was a little stronger and as it's a bit too big for him now, it's probably just right for a cat around 6 months old. I'll probably have to go into the store and personally examine others to see if there's a better one. I know I could just have a chip implanted but the cost is out of my range.
November 22, 2013