SAFETY Tips 
Cat Collars & Microchipping

         A safety collar, or “breakaway collar,” has an elastic panel that will allow your cat to free herself if the collar becomes caught on something.
       
P.S. Using ill-fitting or "non-breakaway collars" can be dangerous to cats who risk becoming caught on something, unable to be freed, or worse... injured or strangled. 
 
       Through
microchipping, a small microchip (the size of a grain of rice) is placed in the scruff of your cat’s neck. The chip has a specific number, which allows the microchip company to access your contact information, such as name, phone number, and address, through their database. Make sure to update this information when needed (moving, etc...)

Information about your cats, such as age, sex, color, and breed is also stored by the company.

An identification tag and/or microchip are recommended, just in case, your kitty escapes from your home.
 

           * Identification tags and/or microchips are essential
                                     for your cat’s SAFETY *
       They make it possible for someone to return your cat to you
                                   if he/she should become lost.