Soft Mesh Cat Harness
Available in black, red, blue or pink with our signature rubber logo patch, our harness looks like a million dollars but we'll keep it our little secret that it's actually great value!
For cats, we recommend size XS.
How To Fit
How to harness your cat:
First, undo clips and slip harness over your little mate's head. Then, adjust straps so you can clip the harness behind their back comfortably.
All furry friends are unique and so are their neck sizes! To ensure you have the correct collar size, allow one finger space between the collar and your pooch's neck.
The Rufus & Coco Soft Mesh Harness size guide:
|Neck up to:||Chest:||Suitable for:|
|XS||27 cm||33 - 43 cm||Fits mini dog breeds, cats and rabbits|
|S||36 cm||43 - 60 cm||Fits small breeds including maltese terrier and jack russell|
|M||40 cm||53 - 73 cm||Fits medium breeds including staffy and beagle|
|L||50 cm||64 - 90 cm||Fits medium to large breeds including dalmation and cocker spaniel|
"We pets aren't narcissis... narcistis... vain. But no one wants to look like something the cat dragged in! So Rufus & Coco have made all these cool accessories to keep us looking and feeling furrific!"
Perfect fit ,room for growth ,willow is a ragdoll kitten so cute in his new harness ! Now my little boy walks with out pulling and trying to get it off .
A perfect fit for my Burmese cat. But she hasn't worn a harness and lead for a few years, so it may take a while for her to get used to it. In the meantime she certainly looks very flash.
I just brought this harness in an x-small for my cat. She is only 6mo and weighs 2.7kg, so it is a little big for her and she can slip an arm out if she really tries. But, I can see this fitting her really well and being an amazing harness as she grows into an adult cat. She finds it wayyyy more comfortable than her previous harness. I like that it pulls on her chest, and not her neck; that it has soft material around the underarms; and that it is really easy to put on. She has to stay as an indoor cat because she contracted cat flu back in her street-days as a young kitten, but has shown a strong interest in the outdoor world. I thought harness training would be a great way to keep her safe and away from other cats, whilst still allowing her to explore! This harness is making that really enjoyable for both of us. She is currently meowing at the front door, asking me to take her outside again!
fonzie loves his new harness, enjoying his walks. It got his stamped paw of approval