Easy to secure your cat in the harness thanks to two simple closures. Also dye-free so even cats with allergies can wear it.
Does not include a leash. Sometimes cat's paws get stuck in the neck hole.
We love this product for its H-shape and ability to distribute pressure through multiple areas on your cat's body, easing your pet into being led on a leash.
The structure is designed for comfort yet some cats may easily slide their way out.
Lots of adjustability. Comes in four colors. Cute fish clips that are also more secure than typical clips. Lightweight and comfortable for the cat.
Some cats were able to escape.
A built-in bungee cord provides comfort that your feline will appreciate. The design is meant to keep your cat safe, yet not make it feel like it's on a leash.
The leash is almost too efficient and may create tightness around the harness when pulled abruptly.
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If your cat enjoys the great outdoors, a cat leash is a reliable and easy way to make sure he or she can roam freely while staying safe. Like dog leashes, cat leashes come in a variety of sizes, patterns, and styles, made for all types of feline friends. For maximum comfort and support, you might consider a leash that includes an adjustable, padded vest. If you’re concerned about your pet running away, look for a leash that provides extra security, such as a neck collar, harness, or a bungee style leash that prevents uncomfortable pulling or tugging. What’s more, many cat leashes work just as well for small dogs, ferrets, or other animals on-the-go. Typically, prices range from $9 - $14.
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