Kitty Collars....

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  1. sillysally

    sillysally Obey the Toad.

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    Can anyone recommend kitty collars that actually stay put? I'd like to have ID on Sadie and Runt (indoor kitties) just in case.....
     
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    Fran101 Resident fainting goat

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    Izzy's Valkyrie Very Food Agressive

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    My ella's collar stays put but is for my indoor only cat where there is nothing she can hang herself on. I really like the Lupine line of cat collars though. They are breakaway but still sturdy :)

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    crazy_paws No thumbs = No mutiny

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    I plan to get my cat one of these:
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    I find that with normal nylon collars, when she grooms herself or scratches her neck, the nylon frays. These are almost suede-like (the dogs have harnesses in the same material). I also like that she won't have an extra tag.
     
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    stardogs Behavior Nerd

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    I only use Lupine cat collars because they are guaranteed - my cats have always roughed up other collars. Of course for the dogs' quick release ID collars I'm getting some cat collars off of etsy. :)
     

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