Therapet Stretch Cat Collar 10 Inch from Salyer, CA
My twelve cats live in the mountains on three acres. They play in trees, chase each other through bushes, and if they get caught on anything, they just back out of their collars. I've tried the kind that has the release catch and have lost more of those than I can count. The bells also help warn birds but haven't slowed down the mousing. Never have had a problem with any of the cats not liking their collar, I love them.
Wendy L. from Baton Rouge, LA
7 out of 7 found this review helpful
2 of my cats love to get rid of their collars, and it's a struggle to keep them on. These don't come off nearly as easily as the breakaways, but still offer safety in case they get caught on a tree branch or fence (they will stretch pretty far and the cat can easily get away). The only drawback to the stretch is that if they try to take it off themselves, it has sometimes gotten caught on their bottom incisors, and if I'm not there to catch it, I come home to find them somewhat uncomfortable and drooling from not being able to close their mouths. However, it does keep their tags on them MUCH better than the breakaways, yet still offers the safety features. Plus the price is great!
8 out of 8 found this review helpful
I have gone through a ton of breakaway collars with a three cat family. They were always getting snagged and popping off. Since we have a cat door that requires an id chip on the collar to permit reentry we were having frequent issues. These collars stay on! But they stretch enough to be safe. I have one of the three that licks and grooms the collar and that one has frayed but it is still sturdy and stays put. The breakaway collars would come off due the her grooming habits.
I will order more as I need them!
James E Qualey from James E Qualey
9 out of 9 found this review helpful
Although these collars do fray, they are the safest collars that we have used in the 30 years of owning cats, especially for outdoor cats.
Rachel from Rohnert Park, CA
110 out of 204 found this review helpful
With grooming, play and scratching this collar frays like the dickens. Enough so that at the end of a week the 6 collars I had purchased for my cats had to be thrown away because claws, teeth and TONGUES were getting stuck in the collars so badly that the cats had to be rescued - screaming - from them. Even if they werent dangerous, they look terrible in no time at all. It is worth it to get the breakaway collars instead, they last and they keep looking good.
440 out of 787 found this review helpful