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  • This award-winning walking vest is easy to put on but difficult for your cat to get out of on his own.
  • Soft and made from 100% breathable cotton with an undyed cotton lining which i especially great for cats with allergies.
  • Putting it on your kitty is less stressful than your average harness because it secures quickly with two fuzzy fastener closures.
  • A good option for indoor cats to explore the outdoor world, get more exercise or go on trips with more freedom to move around safely.
  • Harness is machine washable, which makes it easy to clean before the next adventure with your furry feline explorer.

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MaterialCotton, Natural FabricCotton, Natural Fabric, Vinyl / PVCNylon, Synthetic FabricNylon, Synthetic FabricNylon, Synthetic Fabric
Closure TypeSlip OnBuckleQuick ReleaseQuick ReleaseBuckle
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAdult
PatternSolidGeometricSolidSolidSolid
Harness TypeBack ClipBack ClipBack ClipBack ClipFront Clip, Back Clip
Leash TypeStandardStandardStandardStandard
Leash & Collar FeatureBungee, Leash / Harness, WaterproofBungee, Leash / Harness, WaterproofLeash / Harness, Padded, Dual Clip
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23 Customer Questions

I have 2 house kittens, who have never been on a leash or harness. How should I go about helping them to adjust to your harnesses

Answer by

May 23, 2019

When first showing your cat the harness, allow them to sniff and play with it before attempting to put it on. While spending time with or in the harness, give them plenty of treats to reinforce positive associations. Once you buckle the harness, allow your cat to move around the house freely and get comfortable before attaching a leash or attempting to explore outdoors.

Wouldn't the velcro release when the cat pulls? I have an easily spooked cat we want to try with a harness since she does terrible in the crate.

Answer by

Feb 28, 2018

The velcro is strong enough that when properly fitted, will not allow your cat to break free.

What is the material on the inside of the harness? We have a sphinx kitten and want to make sure it's soft for his skin. Thanks!

Answer by

Dec 19, 2018

The Kitty Holster Cat Harness is soft and made from 100% breathable cotton with an undyed cotton lining that’s especially great for cats with allergies.

Do cats tend to get freaked out by the sound of the velcro pieces being pulled apart when removing this vest? Is it loud or on the quiet side?

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Jul 26, 2018

To minimize the sound of velcro, you can pull it apart slower to avoid startling your cat.

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By CarlaM on Aug 27, 2022

Best Cat Harness There Is!

If you are shopping for a cat harness, buy this one! My cat loves to take walks around the neighborhood and we've tried several different types of harnesses with her. The Kitty Holster is the best! It's so easy to put on, and very comfortable for her to wear. With it attached snugly, we've never encountered any issues with her being able to escape it. I also feel that she responds much better to cues from the leash when wearing this harness. I was impressed with how sturdy and well made it is, and she gets so many compliments on the snazzy red bandana pattern. I recommend this product without reservation to others!

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By Nika on Aug 29, 2022

Purple Power

I've been taking my newly adopted 8 year old male kitty out each day for a walk around our yard and he has taken to this halter very well. We had a separate leash and he is easy to direct. I think it helps not having something go between his legs when walking. Now I need to measure my 5 yr old newly adopted girl kitty and get one for her too.

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By Shannon on Jul 7, 2022

Amazing fit!

I have 2 feral rescues that are indoor cats now. They weight about 8 pounds and have gotten out if my last 2harnesses.This one is the EASIEST to put on correctly to e sure fit and it doesn’t loosen when they run with it. They are adjusting to Velcro sound but treats are helping that quickly. I bought xs and small since they measured in between (they are long and lanky but thin). Xs perfect for them but holding onto one of the small ones because my guess is that one will fatten up since she ALWAYS eats both their food. I’m working on that ;).

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By Ricardo on Jul 6, 2022

The Only way to walk a cat

This is the 3rd Kitty Holster we have purchased: 2 for our previous cat and one for our newest member of our family. She has only been with us for 3 weeks and hasn't taken to it, yet! We just need to go slowly. Our previous cat took to walking with a kitty holster the first time we ever laid it on his back. He never tried to pull out of it and we usually were able to walk with a loose leash. He used it for 5 years before passing on. We love this product!

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By MOOO on Aug 19, 2022

Cat thinks he's in a straight jacket

My cat loathes this harness even when I tried to slowly introduce him to it. He acts like he is in a straight jacket and he sort of is since the velcro sticks to the carpet when he is wearing it indoors.

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By MyKatApproves on Jul 5, 2022

Don't Quite Know Yet

It fits my Kat well but when I took him out in it he crumpled up onto the groynd & would not move. Will have to continue training to see if he will use it. High quality. A little pricey and the collar is uncomfortable around the neck but very safe. I know Kat won't wiggle out of it. You should try it and see how your Kat reacts.

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By Malcolm on Jul 10, 2022

Hoping the magic continues!

This harness may look a little flimsy, but its magical! So easy to put on and so far my escape kitty has not gotten out of it. Its also proving to be calming for my boy, normal he throws a fit when its time to go in. Now I can pick him up while he's snug in his harness.I highly recommend this!!

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By HappyCatster on Jun 11, 2022

Excellent Harness

I have a 21 pound cat that my vet describes as, "BIG, not fat". As such, when I have to put him in his Pet Taxi to take him to the vet's, I have a REALLY HEAVY LOAD to carry.I finally decided if I bought him a cat harness and taught him how to walk on a leash, I could walk him to my detached garage (where his Pet Taxi was awaiting in my car), put him in the taxi, and be on my way. This would make the distance I had to actually carry him much, much shorter.The only problem was I couldn't find a cat harness that would fit him, UNTIL I found this harness. It was well-made, fit him comfortably, and - after training him to get used to it - served its purpose well. I no longer have to carry a heavy cat, in a heavy Pet Taxi to my detached garage. Purrrrrrfect!!!

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By CCL4 on Jul 4, 2022

it actually works

I've probably tried 5 or 6 other hardness systems for my escape artist cat that loves to sit outside with me. This is the first one he has not been able to wriggle out of. Regarding size: my advice is size down if you are on the fence about it.

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By JosephS on Jul 5, 2022

Not Working Out Yet

I followed the instructions, I put the harness where my cat often sleeps.I bought the treats.But I've not come close to getting the harness on my cat,All I've gotten so far are bloodied hands the two times I tried.

FAQs

How do you measure a cat for Kitty holster? ›

To be sure which size fits your cat, take a tape measure and measure your cat's torso behind the front legs. The S/M is 7 ½” long, has a 3 ½” wide girth strap and adjusts around the torso from approximately 13” to about 17" (fitting cats of about 8 - 13 pounds).

How do you fit the Come With Me Kitty harness? ›

Move the sternum slide down in the t-connector. Back to make the opening large enough then slide the

Is there a cat harness that won't come off? ›

Featuring quick-release fastenings and multiple adjustment points for a more secure fit, the PetSafe harness is the best overall escape-proof cat harness.

How do you know what size cat harness to buy? ›

The girth around her cat's chest just behind the front legs generally this is the size you should

How do I know if my cat's harness is too tight? ›

You should be able to put two fingers underneath the harness without much trouble. If it takes a lot of work, the harness is too tight. If you can fit three or four fingers side by side with plenty of space, your cat is escaping that harness the moment you go outside.

How tight should a cat harness be? ›

Proper Fit

Your cat should be snug in their harness and unable to get out of it on their own, but should still be able to fully move their head and legs. "You should only be able to get 1-2 fingers underneath" a properly fitting collar, explains International Cat Care.

How do you use a cat leash? ›

How to Teach a Cat to Walk on a Leash - YouTube

How long can you leave a harness on a cat? ›

So our advice to the question of 'can a cat wear a cat harness all the time' is NO! Cats should wear a harness when you are going to take them outside for a walk or some exercise. It is not beneficial to leave a cat harness on your cat all day & night.

Can a cat escape a cat harness? ›

Cats can get out of a harness and one of the most common ways for a cat to escape is by the owner not making it a tight enough fit or by using the wrong type of harness. You should be able to just about slide two fingers just under it to make sure it is comfortable and not causing them pain or discomfort.

How do I stop my cat from escaping harness? ›

Take care to ensure that the back straps pass close behind your cat's elbows, as this is essential for escape-proofing. If you have shortened all straps fully, and are still able to fit more than one finger between your cat's body and their harness when it is on, then your cat's harness is too large.

How long does it take a cat to get used to a harness? ›

And many cats take several weeks (or even months) to get used to being on a harness. Whether or not you're successful with leash training often depends on how consistent and patient you are with the training. "In my 30+ years of training, I have only seen a few dozen cases where leash training would have been…

Do cats like harnesses? ›

There is a risk that they may become scared and try to use you as a means of escape, much like a tree, resulting in injury to you. Cats are territorial. If you take them somewhere unfamiliar outside, they may feel vulnerable and stressed. Many cats do not like wearing a harness and feel restrained, causing stress.

How does a harness go on a cat? ›

Feed your cat's front leg through the "D" shape and pull the end of the buckle under their chest and back up to connect with the piece on their shoulder blades. A comfortable harness should be snug, but allow you to fit two to three fingers between the cat and the harness.

Why do cats fall over when you put a harness on them? ›

Many cats will fall over or freeze when they feel the harness because it triggers a survival response that they would employ if grabbed by a predator. You need to help them move through this instinctual behavior with a highly attractive motivation toy or treat — and lots of praise.

Why can't my cat walk with a harness on? ›

It's completely normal for cats to freeze up, refuse to walk or walk very strangely the first few times they're wearing a harness. Your cat has likely never experienced the sensation of something on his back before, so it's going to take some time to adjust to it.

Is a harness or collar better for a cat? ›

Harnesses are all-around a much safer and better option than collars for walking your cat. A high-quality cat harness is a must. That being said, having a cat collar with ID tags is important too! You just shouldn't attach your cat's leash to it.

What does it mean when a cat follows you around? ›

In most cases, a cat following you around is considered normal behavior, especially when they share a close bond with you. Cats follow humans for multiple other reasons, including: Curiosity. Attention-seeking behavior (they want cuddles and pets)

Is it OK to walk a cat on a leash? ›

In general, experts recommend taking your cat for a walk, so long as your pet is okay with the activity and you can safely take them outdoors without causing stress or discomfort. All the experts Inverse spoke with emphasize you shouldn't force your cat to do anything that makes them uncomfortable.

Can you bring a cat on a leash to PetSmart? ›

The following pets are permitted in PetSmart stores provided the pets are appropriately secured (leashed or safely confined) and vaccinated (as appropriate for the particular type of pet): Domestic dogs and cats. Birds.

Can a cat wear a dog harness? ›

Many types of dog harnesses are actually not suitable for cats – they are often able to wriggle out, which can be dangerous! It is also important for cats to be able to rotate their bodies in case they fall while in the harness, and dog harnesses can prevent this, so it's worth investing in a dedicated feline harness.

How do you put on a ROGZ cat harness? ›

How to Fit a ROGZ Harness - YouTube

How do you put on a top paw harness? ›

Instructions:
  1. Adjust harness to approximate size.
  2. With D-ring on top (facing closest to dog&339;s tail) and buckle unfastened, place dog's head through loop.
  3. Insert left leg through shoulder opening.
  4. Bring free strap behind right leg and fasten buckle.
  5. Use slide adjustments for final fitting.

How do you use a front clip harness? ›

Does your dog PULL? Front Clip Harnesses- Training Tip Tuesday

How is a back clip harness correctly fitted select 1 answer? ›

Back-clip harnesses will have a D-ring on the back—between your dog's shoulders. To put on this type, start by putting the smaller loop over your dog's head, so it sits like a collar. Then have your dog step through the other loops. Adjust the fit by tightening or loosening the straps through the sliders.

Can I take my indoor cat outside on a leash? ›

“Like dogs, cats should be allowed outdoors for walks on leashes that are attached to harnesses, not to collars,” she said. “Let the cat get used to the harness for short periods indoors, and then pick a safe outdoor area to explore.”

Do cats like to be walked? ›

Not all cats will want to be walked on a leash, but every cat should be given the opportunity. Walking a cat can provide your pet with a more enriched life. "A lot of cats love to go outside and smell things, see things and roll around in sand and grass and dirt. They love to scratch real trees.

Can cat sleep with harness on? ›

No, a cat cannot wear a harness all the time.

Leaving a harness on a cat is not only uncomfortable for your cat but is also dangerous. The harness can become a safety issue when your cat is left unattended and your cat is likely to feel negative towards wearing the harness if it is left on for too long.

How do you train a cat to stay in the yard? ›

Start with slow increments of time outside, only 10 minutes at first, then bring them inside. o Let them get a feel for the smells, sounds and sights in their new outdoor world. o Keep an eye on them. Spend time with your cat outdoors to get them used to their yard and area surrounding it.

When should I start training my kitten harness? ›

Because of this resilience, you may want to start your kitten's leash training young -- think around 8 weeks of age, if possible. A young kitten may be more open to the concept of walking outdoors with a leash than a more seasoned counterpart.

Does an escape proof cat harness exist? ›

Escape Proof-ability:

This harness is made to help cats who hate harnesses be comfortable. It's available in four sizes and five solid colors and two patterns. The smallest size will fit large kittens and small adult cats. It opens and closes with Velcro, so adjustments for fitting are quick and easy.

Are Velcro cat harnesses safe? ›

So harnesses that give as little as possible an oppressive feeling (such as 'corset-harnesses'), harnesses that are around the neck or harnesses with thin straps because they can cut. - Avoid Velcro and Mesh: Also avoid harnesses with Velcro fasteners.

Are cat harnesses really escape proof? ›

While no cat harness can be 100% guaranteed escape-proof, you'll want to consider your cat's personality and comfort preferences when shopping to find one they're less likely to escape and doesn't mind wearing. Breathable and lightweight fabrics such as mesh and cotton can help keep your cat cool.

What do house cats do when they escape? ›

When displaced, they will likely immediately hide in fear. If not pushed (scared off) from their hiding place, they will typically return to the point where they escaped from or they will meow when the owner comes to look for them.

How can I turn my cat into an indoor cat? ›

Feed your cat indoors. Instead of letting your cat back outside as soon as they're finished eating, keep them inside for increasing periods of time. If you're starting your cat's retraining during the winter, a warm, dry bed to snuggle in may be just the ticket to convince them to stay inside.

Will my kitten run away if I let it outside? ›

Most will take their time and explore very slowly and carefully. Let them explore in their own time and don't panic if they hop over a fence, or go further than you feel comfortable, most cats come back after a few minutes, at which point you can give them a tasty treat to encourage their return.

What age can you leash train a cat? ›

The Nest suggests that eight weeks is an ideal age for kittens to be leash trained. Older cats can still learn, but it would typically take them a longer amount of time.

How long is the life of a cat? ›

Indoor cats generally live from 12-18 years of age. Many may live to be in their early 20s. The oldest reported cat, Creme Puff lived to be an amazing 38 years old.

How do you train a cat to go outside and come back? ›

Take a food/toy reward out with you and sit down quietly. This way you can keep an eye on your cat while letting them explore freely and call them back if you feel like they've wandered too far. You should build up the length of time your cat is outside over a few sessions.

Why do cats walk on you? ›

You may think that the number one reason your cat likes to walk on you is because she can, and you wouldn't be too far off the mark. Most often, standing or walking on you is a precursor to her ultimate goal: staying warm. This especially is true for kittens who are searching for a substitute for their mother.

Do cats remember their owner? ›

When it comes to short-term memory and your cat, cats do have short-term memory and are known to recognize and remember humans (as well as other animals) even after only one interaction.

What do cats not like to walk on? ›

Texture: Sticky paper, aluminum foil, heavy plastic or a plastic carpet runner (knubby side up) can be placed in areas you want to be off limits. Cats hate walking on these surfaces.

How tight should a cat harness be? ›

How tight should a cat harness be? Your cat's harness shouldn't be too loose or she might escape. It also shouldn't be too tight or your feline might be uncomfortable. For good fit, you should be able to slip no less than one finger in between cat's body and the harness.

What size harness should I get my cat? ›

Foster and Smith, measuring your cat for a harness is simple: “Take your cat's girth measurement snug against her fur, and then add 2 inches to 3 inches to that measurement for comfort.” For best results, use a cloth measuring tape and use it to measure your cat's neck, as well as his chest or girth.

How do you put on a kitten harness? ›

Fitting a Vest Harness On Your Cat

Fasten the smaller loop around his neck. Fasten the other straps behind his front legs. Adjust the velcro or buckles so you can fit two fingers between your kitty's skin and his harness.

How do you measure a cat's girth? ›

How to Measure a Cat for a Harness - YouTube

How do you measure a cat? ›

Measuring a cat's length is quite easy and is done by measuring the distance between the tip of its nose and the base of the tail (excluding the tail).

How do you measure cat head circumference? ›

Please measure the cat's head from mid-ears down and around behind the jaws and back to the ears. Attention: Measure relatively tight, also over the ears (which will stand out of the mask later!). SIZE MATTERS !

How do you measure a cat for clothes? ›

1. Chest: measure the widest part of the chest, which is usually 1-2 inches or 3-5 centimeters behind his/her front legs. 2. Length: measure along his/her backbone from the base of the neck to the base of his/her tail.

How do you put a harness on a cat at Walmart? ›

Best Way To Put Harness On A Cat (H-Style Harness) - YouTube

Can cats wear dog harnesses? ›

However, it is not just used for dogs but also for cats. Sometimes, cat owners use harnesses of small dogs on their cats. If it fits properly, it serves the same purpose for walking felines.

How tall is a cat when sitting? ›

The average domestic cat is about 9.5 inches, or 24 centimeters, tall. This number is gathered from all domestic cat breeds worldwide, including feral, farm cats, and house cats. Cats that aren't included in this average are wild yet related species, like lynx, lions, and jaguars.

How long is the life of a cat? ›

Indoor cats generally live from 12-18 years of age. Many may live to be in their early 20s. The oldest reported cat, Creme Puff lived to be an amazing 38 years old.

Does paw size determine cat size? ›

The paw size of your kitten does not determine the size that your cat will be as an adult. A kitten with large feet who also has a relatively large bone structure or is larger than the rest of his litter mates may grow up to be a bigger cat, but you really will not know for sure until the kitten matures.

How big is too big for a cat? ›

Using body weight as a guide, cats are considered to be overweight when they weigh 10-20% above their ideal body weight. They are considered obese when they weigh 20% or more above their ideal body weight.

What is considered a small head? ›

Microcephaly is a head size (measured as the distance around the top of the head) significantly below the median for the infant's age and sex. Significantly below is generally considered to be smaller than three standard deviations below the mean, or less than 42 cm in circumference at full growth.

What is the average head size of a cat? ›

Based on the growth curves, head diameter Fig. 1A increased by a factor of 2.17, from 28.6 mm at birth to 62 mm in adults and reached 90% of adult value by 23 weeks. These compare favorably with values of 29 and 63.02 mm measured in 35 newborn Latimer, 1931 and 54 adult female cats Latimer, 1936, respectively.

What is the average size of a house cat? ›

Why do cats fall over when they wear clothes? ›

But why do cats fall over when you put clothes on them? Some cats will fall over because they feel restricted by clothes, their vision may be obscured, and they're incapable of using their body language. The overstimulation of their senses can also make a cat freeze when wearing clothes.

How do you make cat clothes out of socks? ›

How to Make a Sock Sweater for Your Cat (No Sewing) - YouTube

How long are cats from nose to tail? ›

Full-grown males weigh 102-160 pounds and measure nearly 7 feet from nose to the tip of the tail. Females are considerably smaller, with a weight range of 50 to 115 pounds and measuring about 6 feet.

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