Cat Collars

Kitten collars keep your cat safe, and help reflect your fabulous feline’s personal style. Collars with cat ID tags are your purring pet’s quickest way back to you should she wander too far away from home. Fewer than two percent of lost cats are ever returned to their pet parents. Increase your cat’s chances of coming home with a cat collar. Whether your cat is an indoor or outdoor cat, a cat collar and identification tag are vital for her return. If you want your pretty kitty to look stylish, consider Red Dingo Cat Collars. The adorable fish-shaped release clip is a great safety feature. The safety release fish clip breaks free if your cat is hooked on a tree branch, caught on a window latch or snagged on a fence. Your curious cat can wander into a dangerous situation, but this safety feature will keep her safe. The wildlife safety bell warns birds and small animals that your cat is coming. For a reflective cat collar consider the Red Dingo Reflective Cat Collar in Red, Green, Purple, Blue and Orange to keep your cat safe when the sun goes down. Red Dingo Cat Collars are made with quality nylon webbing and abrasion resistant ribbon. These cat collars are equipped with a stainless steel K-ring for easy ID tag attachment. The Pawtitas Glow In The Dark Cat Collar is perfect for keeping your cat safe and in style all day and night. This glow in the dark collar has a sewn-in reflective ribbon designed to work in all conditions and even has a breakaway buckle for added safety. If exploring outside isn't for your kitty but curling up and watching a sports game with you is more her speed check out the Pets First NFL Bandana Dog & Cat Collar. Now you and your cat can cheer on your favorite team together!. Remember Chewy's online pet store has all of the best cat supplies. Whether you need a new cat tree, some more cat food or even a cat harness to go with your new cat collar, Chewy has you covered!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Cat Collars

Should cats have collars?

Cats should have collars with your contact information on them if they go outdoors, and many vets recommend them for indoor cats, too. A collar with ID tags can help your cat get home safely if she’s lost—or if she’s an indoor cat who got out—and it can let others know your kitty has a home and isn’t just a roaming stray. Collars in bright colors or with reflective elements can help keep your feline safer during nighttime, as well.

What is the best cat collar?

The best cat collar will be comfortable for your cat to wear, with a breakaway design that prevents your cat from getting caught on branches or stuck. Look for reflective designs for added safety, a bell if your cat goes outside and likes to hunt (it alerts the prey), and durable, easy-to-clean fabrics that can stand up to all your cat’s adventures.

How tight should cat collars be?

Cat collars should be tight enough that they can’t slip a leg in there to pull it off, but just loose enough that you can fit one or two fingers underneath. Collars that are too loose can get caught on things or be wrangled off by your kitty, and those that are too tight may dangerously restrict breathing. Monitor your cat for the first few days to make sure her collar is comfortable but snug enough to stay on.

Should I take my cats collar off at night?

You should not take your cat’s collar off at night. Regular cat collars are designed to be worn continuously, and taking the collar off means your cat will be left with no identification if she gets out. The exceptions to this rule are novelty collars and any collars that don’t have a breakaway design. These collars should never be worn by your cat unattended, as they may present a safety hazard if she gets caught on something.

Does my cat need a collar if she is microchipped?

Your cat does need a collar if she is microchipped. A microchip can usually only be read by a veterinarian, so if someone finds your cat and can’t get to the vet (or can’t catch her to take her to the vet), they will have no way of finding you. A collar with tags provides an extra level of security that makes it easier for your cat to get home if she gets out or lost.