Cat collar that breaks when caught?

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  1. Fran27

    Fran27 New Member

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    We're moving soon to an apartment and I want to get a collar for my cat. She's outside/inside now and I will try to keep her inside when we move, but she's sneaky and I know she'll try to get out... The area is safe but I'd still feel better knowing she has a collar, but I want one that can snap if it gets caught in something...

    Any recommendation?
     
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    I just buy them at the pet store or wal-mart or wherever. Almost all cat collars are made to break away
     
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    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    Most collars are breakaway. i warn you tho, buy a couple of them, because they tend to break away easily!

    what i do is write my number in sharpie on same extra cheap collars, its a quick fix if she comes home without hers!
     
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    That is true. I have had some that break too easily
     

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