Break Away Collar
So do they come off when the cats are out playing? Just wondering, because wife and I are going to have to tag team immobilize & collar our girl. She has a lovely disposition (real nice kitty generally), unless you tick her off, in which case, you better watch out. Its entirely impossible to one person the collar no matter how quick you are, we have tried and she is too quick and cant be distracted into allowing it (i.e., tried when eating). I dont imagine that our tag team efforts are going to be pretty. Frankly, if the darn collar is going to come off in a week outside, we'll probably leave it alone. Not worth getting scratched up, she doesnt seem to wander all that far.
Sentimental side note: My 9 year old started bawling the other day when the cat wandered into a neighbor's yard. "She isnt wearing her collar! Ms. X doesnt know she is our cat, what if she takes her to the pound! [Cry, Sniffly, Sob, etc...]"