Brass Nameplate Small
Light and great safety for an outdoor kitty
Good for an outdoor Kitty..
Always know information can get back to me
Unless kitty loses the collar
January 4, 2013
Both of our cats absolutely refused to keep their collars on that had traditional i.d.s hanging from them. We experimented and confirmed that it wasn't the collar they objected to; it was the hanging tag. I was SO thankful to find these brass nameplates that attached directly to the collars. We've had them on for over a year now, and the collars have stayed on.
I don't know how other people have done it, but I used a heat tool (like a soldering tool) to make holes in the nylon collars for the rivets, and then I used my scrapbooking eyelet setting tools to set the rivets.
The only drawback is that the nameplate does prevent you from adjusting the collar down to a small size. The collars on our cats are a little looser than we otherwise would have them (I can fit all four fingers underneath instead of the recommended two), but it hasn't posed a problem at all for our indoor-only cats (who are both around 9lbs).
May 6, 2012
Brass Nameplate for cat collars
I wanted a way to identify my cat without adding a large hanging tag to her collar. The riveted brass nameplate works great. I am very happy with it so far. We did add a small weight to the front of her collar near her bell so the bell will hang down. Otherwise the very light weight of the nameplate kept making the collar turn on her neck with the bell at her back! I would definitely recommend these.
January 17, 2012
Better for cats then a hang tag
I have a small brass nameplate on all my cats, with a pair of pliars the rivets snap down easy and don't come loose and they are small enough that they do not get in the way of even a petite housecat. hanging tags are offen large, and they can get caught and snagged and break off, but these plates are tight to the collar and hard to remove
February 2, 2011