Friday, 3 January 2014

Cat collars provide big benefits for low risk

A new study has challenged the belief that cat collars are 'risky', showing that collars can actually enhance the welfare of our feline friends.

The study's lead author, Associate Professor Michael Calver of Murdoch University, said some owners are reluctant to put a collar on their cat, as required by new Western Australian laws that came into effect in November 2013.

"Some fear that their pets could be significantly injured if the collar became snagged on an object, or if a cat's teeth or paws were caught in it," he said.

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