Update 2019 – It’s best to start leash training a cat when he she is still a kitten, but even adult cats can learn if you are patient enough. A well-fitting harness is very important, and there’s of styles lots to choose from online. The one Lola is wearing in this video is a very simple design, but others are made for a more secure fit so the cat won’t slip out of it. This is very important if you are walking your cat in places where there are cars or other dangers. Here’s a few I have tried and like:
Eagloo Cat Harness – This sturdy harness is made from soft mesh fabric for a snug but comfortable fit, and I like the wide triangular chest panel with strong quick-snap buckles. This is east to adjust to get the perfect fit on your cat: https://amzn.to/2XHWEp2
Kamots Beauty Escape Proof Harness for Cats – This harness is also made of sturdy fabric with easy to adjust straps, and it also has a light reflective strip for added visibility: https://amzn.to/2KOkKcc
Pupteck Cat Harness – Similar to the style Lola is wearing in the video, this is a much simpler design harness. It is good for cats who are already expert leash walkers and for use when there is low risk of injury should the cat wiggle out of it. It won’t hold as securely if the cat panics, so use only when you are hanging out with your cat in a safe place: https://amzn.to/2OfjmS6
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