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post #1 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-23-2005, 11:26 PM Thread Starter
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Have to rave about these collars...

Cat Safety Collar - National Leash Company




These collars are very lightweight and really don't seem to bother the cats as much as the wider collars do. And even our escape artist extraordinaire has tried and failed to take her new collar off It is a safety collar, and doesn't pose any strangulation risk.

Bottom line: the perfect collar for the cat who hates collars
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post #2 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-24-2005, 11:27 AM
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how large around is it....it looks perfect!
that collar with the boomerang tag yay

mi mi has a tiny neck

will you measure yours for me

* wait...i looked again...is that adjustable???
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Totally adjustable, forgot to mention that. Fits tiny little Stephanie all the way up to Scully's...ample neck

And yes, the girls all wear theirs with those cute kitty tags from Boomerang Tags, they look like necklaces
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post #4 of 37 (permalink) Old 06-24-2005, 04:06 PM
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Oh I am off to order one right now!!!

And they are only 2 dollars! ~WOW~
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How does it adjust? It just looks like a couple bungee cords crimped together. Am I missing something? I could use a "collar for the cat who hates collars"
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Tim. They're not bungee chords

The material is a smaller version of the rope used in mountain climbing. They made bracelets from this stuff a few years back. It's quite durable, and would be difficult to tear or chew through.

It adjusts by sliding those two metal "things". It's kind of hard to describe , but the metal objects are not as obtrusive as they may look. They certainly don't seem to bother the cats.
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OK.....I got it.....except for the sliding part....not sure how it would stay. But, the price is so reasonable that I might buy one just to figure it out. Wish they were sold in local stores.

Thanks for telling us about these!!
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sooooooo tempting!

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I just ordered mine....
Tim...the way they slide is really cool...
My son used to have a necklace that was along the same lines.

I also found an onion chopper and a hamburger press. LOL!
Can you believe they dont combine shipping! ~WOW~
Unless they are coming from different retailers? I dunno?
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OK....you sold me I just ordered three.
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