Cat Collars

    You may choose the size, pattern, and embroidery that you would like for your handmade
    cat collar. Cat collars are adjustable and include a removable bell. For safety, all cat
    collars are breakaway. If your cat should become caught on something, the collar

    Design your cat collar by following the steps below!

    Step 1: Choose a Pattern
    Available patterns are listed on the links below. Please enable pop-ups on your browser
    to allow for viewing of the patterns.

    Step 2: Personalize Your Cat Collar (Optional)
    Decide what you would like to write on your collar. Popular choices include the pet's
    name, your phone number, or a favorite team or university. You must limit the total
    number of characters to 18, including spaces. Choose from any of the colors shown
    in the photograph. These colors and more will be listed for you to select from when you
    make your purchase.

    Design Tip:
  • Choose a thread color that contrasts with your fabric choice if you want your
    embroidery to stand out.

    Step 3: Select a Size

    *Shipping cost will be calculated at checkout.

    Step 4: Purchase Your Item
    You may purchase your item by using the PayPal options below, or by mailing a check to:

    Adam Judd
    1627 Club Trail Dr.
    Westerville, OH 43081

    Cat collars are breakaway and are meant to open with light pressure. No
    refunds will be given for cats that lose or can remove breakaway collars.

    Items are handmade and take 2 weeks for completion. You will receive an email
    when the order is shipped. Consumer assumes responsibility for appropriate use of
"Pink gingham," "purple
polka dot," and black
embroidered cat collars.
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Lance, from Colorado,
wearing a "blue bandanna"
cat collar
Design a Cat Collar
Sample Cat Collars
Pixie, from Pennsylvania,
wearing a "red
bandanna" cat collar
Collar Size
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Font Color (Optional)
Text to Embroider (Optional)
Additional Instructions
Martha, from Pennsylvania,
wearing a "pink gingham"
cat collar