Ah, that makes things clearer! “Cat harness belt” can still encompass a few different types of cat harnesses, so to give you the best recommendations, I need a bit more info:
What is your main purpose for using a harness? Is it for:
Traveling with your cat?
Providing some indoor enrichment and exploration?
Preventing escapes or deterring bad behavior?
What kind of build does your cat have? Are they petite, average, or on the larger side? Do they have any physical limitations or sensitivities?
What features are important to you? Do you prioritize comfort, adjustability, reflectiveness, escape-proofness, or a specific style?
Knowing these details will help me narrow down the options and suggest the perfect cat harness belt for your furry friend.
In the meantime, here’s a quick overview of the main types of cat harnesses:
H-style harness: This is the most common type, with two loops that go around the chest and shoulders, and one around the belly. It’s generally secure and comfortable for most cats.
Vest harness: This type wraps around the cat’s entire body, providing more support and security. It’s a good option for excitable cats or those who tend to pull.
Butterfly harness: This type has two loops that go around the chest and shoulders, but they connect over the back instead of the belly. It’s a good option for cats who dislike things around their bellies.