Neon Green/Orange Elastic Stretchy Cat Collar by Mina's CatHouse

Stretchy Bow-tie Cat Collar Yellow Canvas Bow on Green Polyester Collar by Mina's CatHouse
Most cat collars now come with a safety feature built in – either a “breakaway” buckle, elastic stretching portion, or an entire collar made of elastic material. These designs are intended to allow a cat who is caught on an object to twist and safely slide out of the collar. However, it is important to test the collar you purchase. How easily does the buckle come undone? If your cat gets caught and hangs, will it function as it should?
Stretchy Bow-tie Cat Collar Yellow Canvas Bow on Green Polyester Collar by Mina's CatHouse
Be weary of leather or firm plastic cat collars. These materials arerelatively inflexible and will not stretch well if your cat gets hiscollar caught on part of his body or another object. Cats brush theircollars up against many surfaces throughout any given day, from catdoors to pieces of furniture, and it is possible that your cat will gethis collar stuck on one of these surfaces. This situation may be a mildinconvenience or it may be a fatal accident. As such, a flexiblematerial will help your cat to free himself and remain safe. Stretchy Bow-tie Cat Collar Yellow Canvas Bow on Green Polyester Collar by Mina's CatHouseStretchy Bow-tie Cat Collar Yellow Canvas Bow on Green Polyester Collar by Mina's CatHouseNeon Green/Orange Elastic Stretchy Cat Collar by Mina's CatHouse
Check the fit frequently to make sure that the collar is on properly. Be careful that the elastic on a collar with an elastic panel has not become so stretched out that it could fall off of your cat.Your cat's collar should be a flexible and stretchy material. Theideal cat collar should not be too tight or too lose, but should fitcomfortably around your pet's neck without either choking him orfalling off. A stretchy material has a bit of give to it and will allowyour pet to free himself if he gets the collar stuck in his mouth or inhis foot.The entire length of nylon weave is stretchy allowing cats to slip out of their collar if they become entangled. Each collar comes with a color matched bell that is removable if you prefer not to use a bell.
JellyGear's premium royal blue 3/8" braided elastic kitten and cat collar keeps the safety and comfort of your kitty in mind. Featuring a metal buckle, this is a stretchy and durable cat collar that is adjustable in length and sports a small bell.

- collar adjusts up to 14" circumference
- braided elastic collar in royal blue
- sold in packages of 12In addition to a flexible material, safe cat collars should alsofeature an automatic snap or latch that will release under your cat'sweight. Even a stretchy collar can still choke your cat in somecircumstances, and the safest collars are actually designed to open andfall off of your cat if subjected to a certain pressure. This willensure that your cat cannot get hurt if his collar should get stuck ona piece of furniture or other surface.The CatBib will work with any collar you choose, but you have to keep the collar on the cat for the CatBib to be effective. The cat collar I like to use is the one with a short length of elastic. The elastic insert will stretch if the cat gets caught on something, and allow the cat to slip out of the collar, but it does not completely release as the plastic-snap breakaway collars do.JellyGear's premium neon yellow 3/8" braided elastic kitten and cat collar keeps the safety and comfort of your kitty in mind. Featuring a metal buckle, this is a stretchy and durable cat collar that is adjustable in length and sports a small bell.

- collar adjusts up to 14" circumference
- braided elastic collar in neon yellow
- sold in packages of 12Three different collars were used for the study—plastic buckle collars, breakaway plastic buckle safety collars, and elastic stretch safety collars. A total of 558 cats (and 338 owners) participated in the study. Each cat was randomly assigned one of the 3 collars. The collar, a microchip tag, and a microchip were all applied to the cat at the start of the study. Guardians were contacted after 1 week, then 1 month, and then monthly until the study's end (6 months after the intervention).