As cat lovers and owners of four cats ourselves, we realise how important they are to you and how much joy they bring. It’s important to look after cats well and understand their ways and we provide cat advice articles and a blog about cats, containing useful information to help you take care of your cat or kitten.
We make handmade cat and kitten safety collars that are available in our cat shop so that you can buy exclusive, affordable products that have been tried and tested on our own cats – and who all approve!
Our handmade cat and kitten collars are all designed and made by us. There are webbing designs and cotton cat and kitten collar designs, that are all comfortable, original and exclusively designed by us. Our cotton collars are durable, look fantastic on and can be spot cleaned. We started to make them ourselves as we (and our cats) were bored of the mass produced and bland cat and kitten collars that are available. All of our cat collars have breakaway, safety clasps that will break open should your cat get caught up. We also include collar charms and bells that can be easily removed if you don’t want them on.
Our handmade collars offer high quality and great value. They are exclusive and you won’t find them anywhere else. Every collar we make is made with a lot of love and care.
Charities we support
Because we believe in giving back, we donate proceeds to our favourite animal charities. These include a cat sanctuary called Roma Cats in the middle of Rome. They are the most amazing charity rescuing and rehoming cats that would otherwise perish. They also neuter and promote responsible pet ownership. Some of the cats are severely disabled and live at the sanctuary, although some are rehomed.
We also support our local wildlife charity East Sussex Wildlife Rescue – WRAS, who do amazing and selfless work rescuing all types of wildlife and animals in the East Sussex area. They really are amazing so any collar you buy will help them rescue more animals.
We also donate to another local charity, Bird Aid, and other smaller rescues that need financial help with vet and food bills.