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Cat Harness Australia

2-Way Cat Leash Splitter

2-Way Cat Leash Splitter

Regular price $10.00 USD
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Includes 1 x 2-Way Leash Splitter only (must be attached to a leash for use)

Our 2-Way Cat Leash Splitter is designed for the adventurous cat owner who enjoys taking their feline friends on shared outdoor experiences. Made from durable nylon and available in a sleek black colour, this splitter is both practical and stylish.

Perfect Length: With a length of 90cm, our 2-Way Cat Leash Splitter ensures both cats have enough space to explore while still being under your control. The 1.5cm width provides a sturdy hold for even the most energetic cats.

Durable and Long-lasting Design: Crafted from robust nylon, this leash splitter offers both durability and effective control when outdoors. It comfortably resists active pulling or tugging, ensuring an extended lifespan without the need for tedious upkeep.

Convenient and Practical: Our 2-Way Cat Leash Splitter is designed to make your outdoor adventures with your cats as smooth as possible. It allows you to walk two cats at once without the hassle of juggling multiple leashes.

Training for Success: Training your cats to use our 2-Way Cat Leash Splitter can be a rewarding experience that deepens the bond between you and your feline friends. However, it's important to note that not all cats will take to the idea of shared walks immediately. Patience, understanding, and a gradual approach are key to successful training.

For beginner adventure cats, we always recommend starting with separate leashes when first introducing them to the harness. This allows each cat to become comfortable with the sensation of the harness and leash independently, without the added complexity of the splitter.

Once your cats are comfortable walking with their individual leashes, you can begin to introduce the leash splitter. Start by using the splitter during indoor play sessions. This allows your cats to get used to the feel and length of the splitter in a familiar and safe environment.

During these sessions, let your cats explore and move around with the splitter attached to their harnesses. Monitor their reactions closely. If they seem comfortable and curious, you can gradually increase the time they spend on the splitter.

If, however, your cats seem anxious or stressed, it's important to slow down and give them more time to adjust. Never force the process, as this can create negative associations with the splitter. Instead, use positive reinforcement techniques such as treats, praise, and petting to reward your cats for their progress.

Remember, every cat is unique and will adjust to the splitter at their own pace. Some cats may take to the splitter quickly, while others may need several weeks or even months to fully adjust. Always respect your cat's comfort level and never rush the process.

By taking a patient and gradual approach to training, you can help your cats adjust to the 2-Way Cat Leash Splitter. This will allow you to enjoy shared outdoor adventures with your feline friends, enhancing their physical and mental stimulation and strengthening the bond between you.

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• Strengthen the bond between you & your cat

• Enhance your cats physical enrichment with leash walking

• Support your cats mental stimualtion being stimulated by the new sounds, smells and visuals

• By bonding with your cat, this also improves your mental wellbeing and self care

• Feel good knowing your purchase supports WIRES and Aussie Cat Rescue Groups

• Any harness exchanges for size are donated to local rescue groups

• Trust in our harness to keep your cat safe

• Protect the environment by keeping your cat safe indoors

• All harness orders come with a Free Beginners Harness Training Guide

• Our social community on Instagram is there to support you on your catventures

• Fast and responsive customer service to support you along the way

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