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Kitten Collars – Are they Right For Kittens
You may think that kittens do not need collars and their are two schools of thought on this. Kitten collars are perfect for getting your kitten
used to the idea of wearing a collar early on. When kittens become cats, you want them to already be used to the ideas of a collar. It’s a nightmare
trying to collar a cat that has never worn one. They spend half the day trying to shake off the foreign object around their neck and you worry they
might hurt themselves.
Kitten Collars are also useful in supporting the cat bells and pet id tags
Whatever type of cat you have – a more domesticated indoor one or one that
likes to hit the tiles at night and stay out all day, both these
purr-sonality types can benefit from wearing collars. Cats, as we know, tend
to hang around awhile with nice people who give them milk and encourage them to stay.
With a collar there is no suggestion the cat is some orphan tabby without a
Both kittens and cats will slip out of an open window, door momentarily left
ajar or any other exit available. Kitten Collars with id tags allows us
some peace of mind in getting reunited with our pet if they get lost and
found. All pets, particularly the feline, should have at least a tag, a
tattoo or micro-chip. Certainly the suggestion is to have the tag and one of
the other two. All three if you’re really concerned
Types of Cat and Kitten Collars.
Fancy, and cool cat collars or the personalized cat collars can also
become a fashion statement – no practicality really – more for you then the
cat but it is a human tendency to try and humanize everything else -
including out pets. Your kittens will develop certain personalities as they
grow into cats and when choosing a collar, you can keep that in line with
the characteristics of the cat. Purchase cat collars that are color
coordinated with your cats natural coloring – from the eyes to the coat
First thing to do is to measure your kitten or cat’s neck before buying a
collar. Don’t make this a guessing game – it’ll prove wrong most of the
time. Get the tape measure and measure with the same firmness you would like
the collar to fit – not too tight. It needs to be loose but not loose enough
where it can snag something. When you fit the collar, do not fasten it
tightly around the neck. Always allow sufficient space for roughly two of
your fingers to fit between the collar and your cat’s neck. Don’t try to
guess or eyeball the correct size!
Most collars are adjustable and as the kitten grows, the kitten collar can
be adapted accordingly.
The average sized adult cats neck ranges from 8 to 12 inches (20.3 to 30.5
Kittens obviously would have a smaller fit. Kitten collars that are 5 to 8
inches (12.7 to 20.3 cm) in length would be a good choice.
Again – it’s best to take the time to measure.
Kittens definitely will be great collar wearing cats if you start early and get the kitten collars