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Hunter - Cat Collar Softie - Black
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Pet QR Smart QR-tag for Cats & Dogs
Pet QR Smart QR-tag for Cats & Dogs
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Mikki Calm Cat Muzzle
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lief! Girls Cat Collar
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Beeztees Cat Collar Suede - Black
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Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Uni - Beige
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Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Memphis
Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Memphis
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Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Heart
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Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Thunder
Beeztees Nylon Cat Collar Thunder
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Beeztees Cat Collar Suede - Light Blue
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Beeztees Cat Collar Suede - Red
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Karlie Cat Harness Set - Black & Red
Karlie Cat Harness Set - Black & Red
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Catspia Cat Harness Garbo Black
Catspia Cat Harness Garbo Black
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Catspia Cat Harness Private Camo
Catspia Cat Harness Private Camo
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SureFlap RFID-Tag
SureFlap RFID-Tag
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Nobby Chrome Address Tube
Nobby Chrome Address Tube
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Lief! Boys Cat Collar
Lief! Boys Cat Collar
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Lief! Boys Kitten Collar
Lief! Boys Kitten Collar
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Designed by Lotte Virante Cat Harness
Designed by Lotte Virante Cat Harness
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Beeztees Cat Collar
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Harnesses

Walking a cat is different from walking a dog. A dog sees the world through his nose, while cats see the world through their eyes. A cat feels safest in high places, so teaching him to walk alongside you might be tricky in the beginning. It’s important to do this slowly.

How to walk your cat on a leash

Step 1. The harness

If your cat has never worn a harness, it’s important to let him get used to it first. Introduce your cat to the harness by letting him smell it. Reward him straight away. After that, you can try to put the harness on. Does your cat hate it? Take it off and don’t force it. You can try again later. If your cat starts to feel comfortable with the harness, make sure to reward him throughout the process.

Step 2. Walking on a leash

Stay inside first and try walking on a leash in your house. Start the training with short exercises, a couple of minutes at most. Does your cat take a few steps? Reward him straight away. Never pull the leash and drag your cat. If your cat doesn’t want to walk, try again later.

Step 3: Going outside

Is your cat comfortable with walking on a leash inside? Then you can start to go outside. The outside world can be scary, so start in your garden first. If you don’t have a garden, pick a moment when your street is calm and empty. Open the door first and introduce your cat to the outside world. Make sure to do everything nice and slowly. If your cat cooperates, make sure to reward him! Keep practising and you’ll be able to go a little bit further every time. Practise makes perfect! Some cats don’t like the outside. If this is the case, keep your cat inside and offer him plenty of climbing and playing opportunities

Collars

Wearing the collar

If you don’t want to walk your cat, a regular collar, like the Rogz Beltaz GlowCat Blue Floral would suffice. This collar reflects in the dark so people can see your pet. You still need to introduce your cat to a collar though, as he might still have to get used to it. Put the collar on and reward him. Try to distract your cat with a fun toy or a treat. Only leave your cat alone once he is used to the collar. Some cats are used to it within minutes, others might need a bit longer. Always keep an eye on kittens that wear collars.

The right collar

Your cat needs to be able to escape from its collar in case of an emergency. That’s why the only collars that are suitable for cats are the ones with either a safety lock or elastic piece. When there’s pressure on the safety lock, it pops over. With elastic, it gives your cat room to escape from the collar. The sizing is important too. You need to be able to put 1 or 2 fingers between your cat’s neck and the collar.