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Double sided tape for cats

I am looking for suggestions for a cheap and easy to find double sided tape for cat collars and leashes. I have found double sided tape for people, but I do not want to use it for my cat because it makes her mouth sore and causes her to chomp through it.

I also do not want to use "catnip" tape as it too causes her to chomp.

We have a new kitten we are hoping to have for a while, and I am looking for a simple solution that will hold my collar and leash together.

Any ideas would be appreciated, thank you for reading!

I think the best, easiest, and least expensive is to use a paper or fabric collar. Cut it into 2 parts, then punch a hole near the back and near the front. You can use any fastener you want. A paper clip would be really cheap, or even a large button. Then, I would take your leash and cut the end near the eye where it is connected to the clip, then punch a hole near the bottom, about a half inch down.

Thanks for the reply! The problem I am having is that I do not want a paper or fabric collar because they are not long enough for my cat. I can easily cut mine to size, but that would require cutting both ends which I do not want to do. Is there any other options?

I was thinking of putting it in a gift bag and tie a bow around it?

Hi Tls,

A good place to start on this is "Tls of the Cat Blog". I'm not sure of the spelling - it's on the side bar.

You might also look at Amazon for pet supplies or pet stores for some idea of the price/type of tape.

Cats, especially young ones, may be sensitive to the pressure of paper tape so you might want to think about some type of fabric that would leave the fur mostly intact.

Have fun!

Hi Tls,

A good place to start on this is "Tls of the Cat Blog". I'm not sure of the spelling - it's on the side bar.

You might also look at Amazon for pet supplies or pet stores for some idea of the price/type of tape.

Cats, especially young ones, may be sensitive to the pressure of paper tape so you might want to think about some type of fabric that would leave the fur mostly intact.

Have fun!

Thanks for the link! I will take a look at it. I was thinking of making a small box with a flap so I can easily access the tape. What type of fabric would be best and where can I get it?

It's not a "dog leash" for a reason. But, you can always tie a piece of twine to the leash (maybe with a piece of duct tape on it) that would be an adequate substitute. For many, a short piece of twine with a piece of leather on the other end, or a chn, are fine and will do the job.

As an afterthought, it can be really nice to have a doggy leash or a cat leash that matches your pet, so that you can put it in the car and take it anywhere. Just put it on first.

You can also make a collar that has a zipper for your pet, then when it gets soiled, you can put it into the washing machine, take it out and zip it back together. There are several different types of zippers. And if you don't have an iron, you can use a regular steam iron to make the repr.

Thanks for the advice. I looked at Amazon and did a little research and the twine thing is a good idea. It also seems the tape is a lot cheaper from eBay. Also have been looking at those collars. I don't have an iron either but will look at that. I will look for the zipper things. They seem like they might be a bit more than what I need. I do have the collars for my cat and another place has a "dog leash" for the cats. I will definitely look into those options. We actually have two leashes. I just never thought of making one. A leash or more of one for me and the wife. So a couple of collars and the doggy leash will probably work the best. You probably saved me from being a knucklehead. :-) Thanks agn

Thanks, the dog leash idea was pretty darn awesome. It would have been a lot easier than the twine. The collars seem to fit nicely on my neck. And I did think about the price of those "leashes" for cats. I don't know how I would like it if it were attached to a neck collar. I can't imagine the cat being allowed to do whatever it wants. That may not be that much of a worry with a little pet, but a lot with a full sized dog or cat. And I think those things are pretty high quality. It seems a little pricey but is a lot cheaper than a dog kennel.

Good luck with this. I think this is going to be easier and faster for you than some others. And you're doing a good thing for the poor critters. They will love you for that. And you'll have a heck of a tl wag of your own.

P.S. If your neighbors or passers by have any good recommendations for a professional upholstery shop or seamstress, I'd like to know.

I found my answer on a forum. They have a couple of sites where you can buy sewing needles, thread, and the like on a very large scale. They had all kinds of stuff. The person who owns one recommended the brand because they were good quality and they had some free patterns.

I went to the website of the needles and thread company, and I got some really pretty and long colored spools of thread with a very long needle in them. I haven't started yet but I think this should work well. When I get around to doing the sewing, I'll be able to use the spools. And if they run out, I'll get another batch.

I am really happy I didn't have to buy all those needles, threads, etc. And I am a little sorry that my hubby has all those sewing machines sitting there. I'd hate to leave them here. If I have a lot of "projects", I think he would be willing to take it all back when he is done. But that isn't the case for me, so we'll see.

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