“The Travel Cat” Breakaway Cat Collar
The Purr-fect Addition to Your Cat’s Essentials!
Collars are essential, especially when your cat loves exploring. However, they can be dangerous if they get caught on something, putting your cat at risk of choking. That’s why we designed these collars with a quick-release feature to avoid any cases of collar troubles, to put your mind at ease!
The unique buckle design on our cat collars will automatically unsnap the moment force is applied to it. Whether it’s getting caught on a fence, a tree branch, or a furry friend’s teeth while playing, you can trust that your cat will be protected from getting choked.
With a fully adjustable length that can fit between 8 and 13 inches, this durable nylon cat collar can be worn by both small kittens and larger “big-boned” cats. Growing kitties can even wear this throughout their lifetime, if properly handled!
Made of ultra-strong, machine washable nylon that’s built to last and comes with a metal D-ring on which to attach your cat’s special name tag.
Comes in Reflective Black, Reflective Blue, Pink and Orange so you can pick one that matches your kitty’s style, or get them all to match their mood every day.
One size fits most
Adjusts from 8 - 12 in (20 - 30 cm)
3/8 in (9.5 mm) wide
We have two Travel Cat collars and I was pleased with the variety of colors they had to choose from. It's also a plus that some of them have the reflective strip on them. When buying collars for my cats, having them be a breakaway collar is a must for safety reasons. The collar was easy to snap on and off. Overall, great product and perfect for fur babies.
I have two of these collars for two cats! The cats struggled at first to get them off but as after the initial snap on they settled down and it’s like they’re not even there. They’re easy to take on/off for humans, lightweight and comfy for kitty. Love them!
My cat looks so stylish in this collar. She’s a small cat so I love that it’s adjustable and I was able to make it her size. It easily comes off when you pull on it but it stays on when it has to.
I've basically had to let my cats go collar-less - as they are house kitties - due to the fact that their play fighting will leave me finding their collars in random places multiple times a day.
I'd say that while I want to have the break-away functionality, and given the relatively light amount of pressure that can damage an airway, the collar is doing what it's intended to do. But it still feels like there could be an improvement in the design.
I like the collar. It breaks-away quite easily, however, but I guess that is what it is supposed to do...my kitten pops it off almost every day, but I guess that is what kittens are supposed to do, too.