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Free Shipping over $39
Ships Free

If your order is more than $39, it ships FREE anywhere in New Zealand, including rural addresses. It's as simple as that.

Ships fast

Free shipping doesn't have to be slow shipping! We provide:

  • Next working day delivery for all North Island addresses.
  • Two working day or faster delivery for all South Island addresses.
No Exclusions

Even big or heavy items ship free. If your order total is $39 or more, the shipping is on us!

You can learn more in our free shipping policy

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Quick tips for cat collars and harnesses

Cat collars

Cat Collars are very important for your cat for a couple of reasons. First of all is if you don’t like your cat catching and bringing home birds, getting a cat collar with bells is a great way to stop them catching birds as when they get close to the bird the bell sounds and scares the bird away.

The second reason is that you can get an id tag and place it on the collar. This means that if your cat gets lost anyone who finds the cat will be able to contact you. 

Also, if you have an electronic cat door or magnetic cat door you can attach the magnet or chip to the cats collar to allow them to get in and outside when they need to.

An important feature of a cat collar is having a stretchy one that either is elastic or has a piece of elastic in it, or a breakaway cat collar so if your cat gets caught in a tree it will stretch and your cat will flip out of it.

Cat Harnesses

Some cats take to a cat harness and are quite happy to walk around the block with their owners. Cat harnesses can also be a particularly good tool to get your cat used to a new backyard without them running away.

The Pet.co.nz Team

Written by The Pet.co.nz Team

A team of specialists with backgrounds in animal nursing, animal care, and all things pet related.