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Cat Outdoor Harness and Leash Set

Cat Outdoor Harness and Leash Set

Regular price $18.50 USD
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Product Features:

  • Escape-Proof Design】This cat outdoor harness and leash set features an H-shaped design to prevent cats from escaping.The secure lock buckle ensures a safe and secure outdoor experience for your feline companion.
  • Comfortable and Breathable Material】Made from durable and breathable polyester material, this travel cat harness ensuring kittens comfort during outdoor walks.Provides proper ventilation and prevents discomfort during your cat's adventures.
  • Adjustable Neck and Chest Circumference】The travel cat harness allows you to adjust the neck and chest circumference for a perfect fit.Ensures a snug and comfortable fit for cats of different sizes.
  • Strong and Oxidation-Resistant Buckle】Equipped with a sturdy buckle that securely fastens the leash, this cat harness and leash set providing strength and durability.The buckle is resistant to oxidation, ensuring long-lasting performance.

Product Size:

Pink cats outdoor harness and leash set with escape-proof design | Cats Travel Accessories


Polyester,Aluminum Alloy

Size Parameter

Product Size:
S perfect for cats up to 8 lbs
M perfect for cats up to 16 lbs

Pawsome Purchase Note

Please note that colors and sizes may vary slightly due to lighting and device differences. Allow for 1-2 inches (2-3CM).1-3cm inaccuracy, and consider these factors before making your purchase. Any variations are not product quality issues. If you have any questions, please contact us. We want you and your pet to be completely satisfied with your purchase.

Caring Manual

●Avoid near excessive heat
●Do not use chemical detergent to clean

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Frequently Asked Question about Cat Harness and Leash Set

How to train my cat to walk on a leash with the harness?

Training a cat to accept wearing a harness and leash can take time and patience, but with the right approach, it's definitely achievable. Here are some steps you can follow to train your cat:

1. Introduce the harness gradually: Start by placing the harness near your cat's sleeping area or where they spend most of their time. Allow them to sniff and investigate the harness at their own pace. This helps them become familiar with its scent and presence.

2. Positive association: Associate the harness with positive experiences. Place treats or their favorite toys near the harness, allowing them to associate it with something enjoyable. Repeat this process several times over a few days.

3. Gentle touch: Once your cat seems comfortable with the harness, gently touch them with it. Start by touching their back or neck area, gradually moving towards their legs and belly. Reward them with treats and praise when they remain calm.

4. Harness fittings: When your cat is ready, try fitting the harness loosely around their neck and body. Avoid tightening it initially; you want them to get used to the sensation of wearing it. Continue with treats and positive reinforcement.

5. Gradual adjustments: Over time, gradually tighten the harness to achieve a secure fit. Ensure it is snug but not too tight or restrictive. Monitor your cat's comfort level and adjust accordingly.
6. Leash introduction: Attach a lightweight leash to the harness and allow your cat to walk around indoors, dragging the leash behind them. Supervise closely and reward them for positive behavior.
7. Outdoor exploration: When your cat seems comfortable indoors, start taking them outside for short supervised walks. Let them explore their surroundings while keeping a close eye on their reactions and comfort level.

Why do cats crawl when you put a harness on them?

Cats may crawl or move in a different manner when you put a harness on them due to several reasons:

1. Sensory Adjustment: Wearing a harness is a new experience for cats, and it can initially feel strange to them. Crawling or low-to-the-ground movement may be their way of adjusting to the sensation and unfamiliar weight on their body.

2. Resistance to Restriction: Cats are known for their independent nature, and wearing a harness restricts their freedom of movement to some extent. Crawling can be a natural instinctual response as they try to resist or escape the perceived constraint.

3. Fear or Anxiety: Some cats may associate the harness with previous negative experiences, such as trips to the veterinarian or uncomfortable handling. Crawling could be a sign of fear or anxiety as they try to avoid or retreat from the situation.

To help your cat become more comfortable with the harness, it's important to introduce it gradually and use positive reinforcement techniques. Gradual desensitization, rewarding with treats or praise, and allowing your cat to explore the harness in a familiar and stress-free environment can help alleviate crawling behavior and make the harness-wearing experience more positive for your feline friend.

How to prevent my cat from escaping or slipping out of the harness?

To prevent your cat from escaping or slipping out of the harness, ensure a snug but not too tight fit. Double-check the adjustments before each walk. Additionally, consider harnesses with secure buckles and adjustable straps to provide a secure fit. Supervise your cat closely during walks and avoid pulling on the leash excessively, as it may create anxiety and increase the chances of escape.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Works great

My kitten is growing so I need to adjust it every month it is easy to do