Let’s face it purchasing a collar for your cat is not rocket science. if you regularly purchase pet accessories on the Internet, you may have a particular site that you like or if you are like me you will just “Google” “cat collar” and see what sites come back in the top 10 results and choose from them. The Internet provides us a place to shop without having to go outside of our homes, sometimes at a cost.
A couple of downsides about shopping on the web is that you can’t actually see what you bought until after you have purchased it, sometimes the return policy is a hassle. Most times the shipping and handling is not refundable and you will have to spend your own money to send it back. and then all of the information you have to provide for billing can be tedious. For the person who is looking to purchase a collar for their feline and does not shop on the Internet on a regular basis, I would like to provide a short review of the top three sites for the search term: cat collar.
Site Number One: A functional pet accessory site. There is a link for designer cat collars. They have a basic selection of designs. Most are made of nylon material. My cats would tear up these collars within a month. The prices are reasonable between $10-$15.
Return Policy: 14 day return policy. Shipping and handling is non refundable.
Payment Method: Credit Card/PayPal.
Site Number Two: This site is dedicated solely to collars for cats and it has some nice fancy cat collars. The prices are reasonable ($3.99-$15). I found some of the collars to be very nice and original.
A Plus: 100% satisfaction guarantee. Free shipping if your purchase is over $20.
Return Policy: 30 day money back guarantee.
Payment Method: Credit/Debit Card/PayPal
Site Number Three: This site is for cat and dog collars. The link for cat collars is at the very top of the navigation bar. Their selection is mostly nylon collars between $12-$15.
Return Policy: 10 day exchange or return-less shipping and handling.
Payment Method: Credit Card/PayPal
All of the sites have a page where you must supply billing and shipping information. If you have some sort of form filling software such as Roboform on your computer than than these pages do not pose a problem. Most browsers have a toolbar which helps fill out forms and if you shop online enough your browser will begin to automatically save information you type into some of the forms.
I hope I have provided you with some basic information of what to look for if ever you are in the market for purchasing a cat collar on the Internet. There is a benefit of someone doing the research for you before you shop.