Question by Rawr.: Why cant you use small dog collars on cats?
The package on small dog collars tells you not to put them on cats, why?
Answer by ~the fish that smiles back~
well that doesn't sound right lol i bet you u can.
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We were waiting for supper, and we had a dog collar. On a eu du fun!!!
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LOL qui était hilarant!
i love his scream XD
its meant for DOGS! NOT CATS! dogs are a lot bigger and it isnt nearly as harsh for them! putting one of these on a cat is animal abuse! fucker!
its meant for DOGS! NOT CATS! dogs are a lot bigger and it isnt nearly as harsh for them! putting one of these on a cat is animal abuse!
there’s cat one’s too fuck face now go lay down
Need to put one on a dude at a party when he passes out from being too drunk and put it on so its not easy for him too pull off, Now that will be funny too Vidoe when he wakes up coughing ZzzZz cough ZZzZzZz yells ZZzZzzzzzZZ LOL
Well, what can I say, I’m a dog guy.
Dude! These Asians are wicked funny…and they have the best blow
1:55 for the shock
That so hilar
the ladies laugh in the background tops it off. lol
Because dog collars don’t break away and every cat I have ever had has gotten their collar caught on something (my cats no longer wear collars for this very reason – and don’t worry, they can NOT get outside, they’d have to learn how to open three doors).
Yeah, they’ll fit, that’s not hard to figure out. BUT…Cats need what is called a “break-away” collar. These generally have a piece of elastic in them. Cats are climbers. If the collar gets hooked on a branch or something, they can hang your cat or strangle it to death. With the elastic piece in the collar, it would slip off. Spend the extra buck or two, get a collar made for cats.
Also, good luck even getting the cat to wear a collar. The first thing the cat does is figure out a way to get out of it. They could give Houdini lessons in getting out of a straight jacket!!
No, you “can” – you are “able to”, but HIGHLY UNADVISABLE because dog collars have no “breakaway” latch on them as they don’t need them, whereas cats most certainly do.
Cat’s need a breakaway collar so if they get hung up on something by the collar, the collar will come off, whereas the dog collar would choke them. (You know how cats love to climb things, explore; they could easily get a dog collar (non-breakaway) cause on the edge of something and then die by choking.
This is why you should never put a dog collar on a cat. Of course, you “can” do it, but it would be putting your cat at great risk for death.
ADD: To merlen: You can get your cat a harness – those you can use either a cat harness or softer dog harness as they don’t go around the neck, so if a regular cat collar does not fit your cat, I’d suggest getting a harness. They have them for both dogs and cats, the cat ones are generally more flexible and softer, but guessing you could find a softer puppy harness – just be sure it’s comfy for your cat.
You can. It’s just marketing. My cat is probably about a foot and a half long (not counting head or tail) and is 20 pounds. His chest measurement is about 20 inches. So his collar and harness are made for a medium dog. They don’t make cat collars big enough for him. He’s not fat, I think he’s probably just bread with some sort of wild cat, because he’s massive and still growing. The people that market the products want you to believe there is a difference so you will buy what they want you to.
However, don’t put a dogs flea collar on a cat. They are given different types of medication and it can make the cat sick.