Cat Collars and Leashes
Cat Collars and Leashes
Cats and Kittens just love to be pampered just as much as we do, while their ancestors in the wild are constantly hunting for their next meals, cats today are mostly domesticated animals that can oftentimes wander off as they do naturally. While there are many Dog Collars and Harnesses there has become a larger demand to make sure our Cats are protected the same way while going for walks and strolls in unfamiliar territories like dogs cats can often find their way back home and walking your cat around helps a cat familiarize their surroundings and train them to come back home when lost or wandering in unknown areas. If you're walking your cat further away from home or in different cities or areas they're not familiar with it's not just important but rather essential that they wear a cat collar connected to a leash - that doesn't have to be specific to cats and can connect to any type of dog leash as well, and it's suggested that if you're going to use one designed for dogs, to shop for one that provides tension or provides some form of 'give' such as those that are accordion stitched.
Cat ownership is always on the rise and most households own multiple cats than they do dogs and therefore it's harder to track and stay close or constantly monitor their cats and they do require lots of outdoor time as do dogs therefore all the more reason Cat Harnesses are extremely important devices used to stay on top of your feline regardless of their whereabouts. While cats love to hide they also like to walk around and they need to constantly exercise and walking your cat is beneficial to both their health and social lives and they further help build bonds between both owner and cat.
Cat Collars are typically softer in texture such as cotton or mesh as opposed to tougher-grade fabrics such as Nylon used for dogs, although they're widely available in both options, their necks are more sensitive to tugs as they're smaller in weight and size therefore it's always better to allow your cat to freely walk or loose-leash-walk as they say while walking or strolling around.
Cat Bells and Chimes are also both trendy and purposeful, chimes for cats are often connected to the cats collar and some even open up for placement of relaxing essential oils and Catnip that help promote sleep and calmness. Chimes are extremely popular since cats first just love the sound of chimes and it helps owners keep tabs while they're in and around the home since they're quite animals and most owners can't hear their presence as it provides a safety measure and they're ultra stylish.
Cat Leashes are typically in the shape of a rounded cord-like structure or design, while others are flat they're usually sold as a complimentary to match their collars and harnesses.
There are a multitude of Cat Harnesses sold in many pet stores with a variety of vibrant patterns and a host of colors that are designed to meet your fashionable eye. Harnesses, unlike collars and leashes, are most notably tougher in fabric as harnesses for cats are designed to provide ample support during walks and due to the fact that their bone and spinal structures are softer and more flexible than dogs and therefore they can often can squeeze their way out, and part of the reason why they land on their feet without making such of a sound.
Shopping around for the right collars, leashes and harnesses is not as hard as shopping for dogs since cats are smaller in size and don't grow to be as large therefore cat owners typically receive longer usage periods and since they're smaller in size they're more affordable which is always a nice added benefit. It's often recommended to shop for a cat collar that's both breakaway and features a cat bell as those typically provide the greatest value at there however for those who love it when cats strut around in something new perhaps keeping a few as part of their wardrobe can be fun and interesting and there's no better way to display your love with your feline companion.