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How Tight Should Your Pets Collar Be?

Monday, April 27, 2015
posted by Jim Murphy

CATCOLLAROver the weekend I took my cat Molly to the vet for her annual checkup. During the process, her collar was removed. The Vets assistant put it back on before we left. During that night, I usually get up and feed Molly her can of wet food while I get a glass of water. Molly was sleeping on my bed. I noticed that she was struggled to get off the bed. When she did get off, she seemed to be having trouble walking. I’m as blind as a bat without my glasses so I thought that something bad had happened to her. As I looked closer, I noticed that she had one paw stuck in her collar. The collar was too loose. I was relieved, freed her paw and tightened her collar.  A cat’s collar should not be too tight or too loose. A good guideline to follow is that it should be loose enough to allow two of your fingers to comfortably fit through it.

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