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Breakaway Feature

Your cat’s life can literally be affected by the type of collar you purchase. Breakaway collars, also called safety collars, are a type of collar with a buckle specially made to unclick if there’s a force pulling it.

This feature is essential to protect our cats. We all know that cats love to explore, get into small spaces and play with their beloved cat parents. Because of that, their collar can get stuck on something, and bad things can happen if they get stuck while unsupervised.

The breakaway buckle is even more important for cats who are indoor/outdoor since supervision is even harder while they’re outside. They can get stuck on a branch, a fence, or other objects.

While it’s true that the breakaway feature means that cats can lose the collar, if they return home, the cost of replacing the collar—if they lose it—will be much less than dealing with an injury or something even worse.


The Bell in the Collar

The bell has many benefits. Every cat is different. Some might like the bell, some might need time to get used to it, others won’t be able to stand it.

However, it’s known that a collar bell cannot harm your cat’s hearing. Studies have found that cats’ hearing can’t be affected by long-term exposure to sounds up to 80 dB approximately. A cat collar bell can reach a maximum volume of 50 dB, which is a thousand times quieter than the 80 dB sound.

With that being said, let’s see how a collar bell can benefit you and your cat.


Locate your cat

A bell can help you locate your cat around the house, so if your cat likes to hide, pounce, or both, you won’t have to worry about her whereabouts.
Cats, especially when small, can be at risk of being accidentally stepped on, and a bell helps to protect them against that.

Reduce outdoors hunting

A cat collar bell comes in handy if you want to control your cat’s hunting habits. It works as a warning sound for possible prey, which helps them escape if your cat gets close to them.

Control multi-cat aggression

Some cat parents who have multiple cats might have to deal with multi-cat aggression. There’s usually a dominant cat who likes to get into fights and a cat who gets picked on.
A bell is an excellent way to let the less dominant cats know where the bully is so that they can avoid confrontation.





Breakaway Feature

Your cat’s life can literally be affected by the type of collar you purchase. Breakaway collars, also called safety collars, are a type of collar with a buckle specially made to unclick if there’s a force pulling it.

This feature is essential to protect our cats. We all know that cats love to explore, get into small spaces and play with their beloved cat parents. Because of that, their collar can get stuck on something, and bad things can happen if they get stuck while unsupervised.

The breakaway buckle is even more important for cats who are indoor/outdoor since supervision is even harder while they’re outside. They can get stuck on a branch, a fence, or other objects.

While it’s true that the breakaway feature means that cats can lose the collar, if they return home, the cost of replacing the collar—if they lose it—will be much less than dealing with an injury or something even worse.


The Bell in the Collar

The bell has many benefits. Every cat is different. Some might like the bell, some might need time to get used to it, others won’t be able to stand it.

However, it’s known that a collar bell cannot harm your cat’s hearing. Studies have found that cats’ hearing can’t be affected by long-term exposure to sounds up to 80 dB approximately. A cat collar bell can reach a maximum volume of 50 dB, which is a thousand times quieter than the 80 dB sound.

With that being said, let’s see how a collar bell can benefit you and your cat.


Locate your cat

A bell can help you locate your cat around the house, so if your cat likes to hide, pounce, or both, you won’t have to worry about her whereabouts.
Cats, especially when small, can be at risk of being accidentally stepped on, and a bell helps to protect them against that.

Reduce outdoors hunting

A cat collar bell comes in handy if you want to control your cat’s hunting habits. It works as a warning sound for possible prey, which helps them escape if your cat gets close to them.

Control multi-cat aggression

Some cat parents who have multiple cats might have to deal with multi-cat aggression. There’s usually a dominant cat who likes to get into fights and a cat who gets picked on.
A bell is an excellent way to let the less dominant cats know where the bully is so that they can avoid confrontation.