High Visibility Buoyancy Aid for Cats
A newly developed high visibility pet buoyancy aid for cats. The Maja joins the popular pet range of Baltic cat life jackets and buoyancy aids. Used as cat flotation vests by water loving pets and proving to be popular with professional working animals too!
Why this is great for adventures:
- Harness style cat flotation aid with reflective tape aids recovery from water
- Strong D-ring attachment for clipping leash onto for added security
- Achieve the perfect, secure fit for all breeds and sizes of cats using the easily adjustable webbings
- Also provides protection from the elements whilst on adventures
The Maja pet buoyancy aid has been developed specifically to keep your cats safe on the water. With a smaller neck opening and an extra under the strap, the Maja fits a cat perfectly. The cat life jacket also has a retro-reflective patch at the lifting handle and a D-ring for attaching a leash.
Cat Flotation Vest
- Buoyant foam filled cat flotation aid
- High-vis materials
- Rust-proof D-ring leash attachment
- Adjustable straps
- Reflective lifting handle
Cat Flotation Aid
This Baltic buoyancy aid is manufactured using a durable high visibility fabric at the top and black sides to prevent discoloration.
Buoyancy: Closed cell foam
Please measure weight, neck and waist to determine the best size for your cat:
Cat Life Jacket Questions:
Can cats swim?
In short, yes - most cats can swim since they are born with the ability to do so however not all will have had the chance to learn and practice their skills. If you're unsure if yours can or you're looking to start training and join "cat boat life", a cat swimming life jacket is a great place to start.
Are cats required to wear a cat life jacket on boats?
It’s not so much about whether animals on a boat are required to or not. It is more important to have peace of mind that assistance is in place with a cat water float should your cat get tired out, swept away, suddenly be hit with very cold water or face any other unexpected situation.
Could you grab your cat if you got close to them? Could you see them if it was night-time? Could they float for long, especially if they could tire quickly? There is no correct answer on whether it is mandatory as it depends on what environment you are in however, being responsible and having the right equipment can put your mind at rest and you will never wish you didn’t have a cat's life harness in place.
What is the difference between a cat buoyancy aid and a cat life jacket?
Most people refer to all items that attach to you like a vest as a ‘life jacket’ however there is a difference between the two. Life jackets are mainly designed for extreme weather conditions and adventures making them bulky and heavy, so are not often used across pet ranges.
A gas compact life jacket will only inflate if you manually pull the cord to inflate it or if it is an automatic life jacket then it will automatically inflate when you hit the water. Buoyancy aids have integral foam buoyancy to help you float in the water meaning they don't require inflation. They will provide very good protection instantly if you or your cats were to hit the water when wearing them.
One of the biggest features of the buoyancy aid is it allows freedom of movement and does not restrict a pet. The slightly more comfortable pet buoyancy aid protects your pet from the cold and any objects they may hit and it provides a little warmth to your pets should the worst thing happen. It is an essential if you take your pets out on to the water.
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