Embroidered letters and numbers are good sized for the collar. Owners like that the embroidery can replace an ID tag. Error-free customization. Many cats find them comfortable to wear and don’t try to pull them off.
Too large for some cats. Embroidery can be obscured when collar is adjusted. Embroidery is not sharp enough to easily read contact info. Collar’s clasp can break away too easily. May be too big to fit smaller cats.
Sturdily built fabric collars with strong clasps. Multiple color choices for homes with 2-3 cats. Reflective material is well secured. Easily adjustable.
Breakaway feature comes undone easily. Reflective strip develops cracks and rubs off after a few months. Some owners feel the collar is thin. Plastic bell doesn’t ring very loudly. Too small for cats over 15 lbs.
Fits adult cats well, even large Maine Coons. Bell rings clearly. Color doesn’t fade over time, owners note.
No breakaway feature. Will not fit kittens well. End of collar juts way out on smaller cats, getting in their way.
Breakaway collar holds up well under everyday pressure. Nylon doesn’t get “frizzy” after long-term use. Owners like the color choices.
A bit too large for kittens or smaller cats. Collar’s stiff build can irritate cats with thin or no hair. Bells ring faintly, which some owners don’t like (but others consider a blessing). Collar can loosen at adjustable clasp.
Owners like the fashionable design. Breakaway clasp holds up well. Nylon material is not too stiff, making it more comfortable for cats. Fits most adult cats well – adjustable.
A few reports of breakaway clasp not working correctly. Some owners are disappointed in lack of reflective material. Nylon gets “fuzzy” after a few months of use.
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