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Your Guide To Buying a Cat Harness

By Yehudah Posnick

    We're used to seeing dogs on a leash. It might be humorous to see a cat on a leash. But a cat harness, to which you can attach a leash, actually comes in handy. If you travel with your cat, it's good way to make sure the cat doesn't wander off. And house cats tend to become very lazy, where their major activities are only eating and sleeping. Taking your cat out for a walk on a leash will be a good way to keep it from becoming obese (a big problem nowadays among domesticated cats). Here is a guide to some of the best cat harnesses on the market.  

    There are two basic styles of cat harnesses:

    Vests: These attach around the neck and the chest, and are more like a piece of clothing. Ideally, the leash attaches on the middle of the back (so it doesn't choke the cat).

    Straps: These will also strap on around the neck and in back of the front legs. 

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    • Can the cat escape?: A lot of people found that determined cats can always get out of harnesses, if they really don't like them. Cat trainers notice that cats can't really be disciplined, but they can be trained by rewarding with all sorts of treats. So there's a way to “convince” the cat to wear the harness. But the vest style is more escape-proof than the strap version.

    • Adjustments: It's best that the harness fastens with Velcro snaps, so that it can be adjusted to the cat's size. You'll see sizes of harnesses like S/M, or M/L, because there is an overlap between what cat is considered small and what cat is medium, or between medium and large. But, if your cat has long hair, it might get stuck in the Velcro. Or, some cats don't like the sound of Velcro tearing open. In that case, try a harness that snaps on with a buckle.

    • Material of the harness: Cats don't sweat the way humans do. They sweat principally through their paws and their nose. So “comfort” for a cat isn't measured the same as for humans. But you should prefer a harness made from natural fibers (like cotton), because it's less likely to have an allergic reaction to it—that is the advantage of the Kitty Holster harness. The OxGord harness is made of a mesh, which may be more comfortable for a cat.

    • How to get the harness on the cat: A lot of cats won't be so thrilled about putting on a harness. If that's the case with your cat, try to dress it when it's not paying attention. The best way to get the harness on is to put it on the cat when it is either 1) sleeping, or 2) eating. So if your cat is awake, wait until it's hungry. Then offer it some treats or food while dressing it. They'll be more receptive to wearing the harness.

    • Attaching the leash: Even when you get the harness on, it's another story getting the cat to allow you to put on a leash. So use the same reward system, by giving your cat treats, in order to convince it to agree to a leash. (The same applies to walking around with the cat on a leash.) The best leash is a “bungee” leash, which stretches when the cat roams away a bit, but pulls it back.

    • Appropriate Fit: Be sure to match the cat's harness to its size and frame. If the harness is too big, the cat is likely to try to escape. Use a flexible tape measure for the measurements. There are two main measurements:

    1. Girth: Measure the cat's girth around its chest, just behind the front legs. You should add 2 or 3 inches to the number, so that it won't be too snug. You should be able to insert your finger underneath the harness—don't make it too tight. Cat harnesses vary from XS (extra-small), S/M, M/L, and XL (extra-large).

    2. Neck: Measure the circumference of the cat's neck, by placing the tape measure where you would put the cat's flea collar. Make sure that the tape measure is snug around the cat's neck. First attach the harness around the cat's neck, and then around it's girth.

    • Reflective trim: It's convenient to have reflective trim on the harness, so that it'll be easier to find the cat in low light conditions.

    OxGord—is a distributor of automotive accessories, but they also make pet supplies. They make training equipment and toys for pets, for indoors and outdoors use, as well as travel accessories. They also make products and tools for gardening, as well as for the home and kitchen. They have offices in Los Angeles, California and Edison, New Jersey.

    Premier Pet Products—was founded in 1989, and has its headquarters in Midlothian, Virginia. They make innovative pet products for pet trainers and owners. Some of their products include harnesses and collars for cats and dogs.

    Best Pet Supplies, Inc.--are located in Las Vegas, Nevada. They make furniture, toys, harnesses and sanitary products for pets.

    Kitty Holster—is a brand of cat harness marketed by the pet supplies company Crazy K Farm, located in Hempstead, Texas. Their cat holster is made from cotton that is suitable for different skin types and climates.


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