On 05-24, paola cresti wrote:

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> If they were indoor only I wouldn't worry with collars, but since
> they go out, I don't want them trapped/nabbed or harmed by evil
> people, so they know that someone WILL be looking for them.
> 
> It's scary to see them in trouble that time that they got
> themselves stuck with the collar, but in my experience they do
> learn pretty fast, and there are so many strays/ferals around that
> I want people to know "this cat is looked after!!" 

My cats have gotten their paws thru the collar at times, but now
they've learned to get rid of the collars without getting caught.
This is why I buy collars & ID tags by the dozen.

Lorrie

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