Majestic Cat Collar 3/8" wide x 13" long Color: Black
FINALLY, I FOUND ONE!
I have been looking for a collar with a bell for my imperial Shih Tzu "Amy". Yep, this cat collar is for my dog that's 2 pounds at 5 months old. I needed to know her location in the house and the bell is her giveaway. Most collars has bells that do not have the traditional bell jingle,,,some sound like little wooden beads. This collar looks great on her with the red coloration I ordered and the buttery 22kt gold plated bell on her white with black markings coat. Now I hear that lovely jingle and know that she"s near. Am ordering another for my sisters cat.
May 21, 2013
All four cats look lovely outfitted with their new collars. The red looks especially nice on my tuxedo cat, the purple, blue, and black are also great on the other cats. Although several reviews said the collars were too large, these fit all cats from 7-14 lbs. perfectly. The stretch is a great safety feature. The velveteen is very soft and the collars look comfy and beautiful. The gold hardware is a great touch. Thanks.
May 16, 2013
This collar has a secure buckle closure
I have ordered this collar before and all 4 of my cats are wearing it along with a nametag. I like that this has a real buckle and not one of those safety closures that open so easily. I feel confident that if any of my cats get outside they will not loose their collar and will be identified and returned to me. The only drawback is that the collar is long and I need to trim it and add an additional hole to allow it to fit well.
February 14, 2013
Good collars, great price.
We ordered two collars and two custom engraved brass plates for the collars. The total came out to like 12 or 13 dollars or something like that, really cheap. They came quickly and look great on the cats. The only thing I had to change was the length of the collar; I think we have pretty normal size cats but I had to poke new holes and cut off around four inches on each. I would definitely recommend the brass ID plates instead of ID tags because they're silent when the cat's moving around and they fit just as much information in an elegant way.
January 24, 2013