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The Cat Cone Chronicles - Soft Fabric Cones for Cats

Ah, the infamous plastic cone. Every cat owner knows the sight of their feline friend reluctantly sporting this peculiar fashion accessory. It's like watching them wear a UFO around their necks! The amplification of every scrape, bump, and thud makes their presence known throughout the house.

a cat wearing a soft cone
Tsunami bird watching while wearing her soft cone

Loving Embrace Collars offers feline-friendly alternatives: soft fabric cones for cats in XS and Small sizes. The fabric provides irritation-free comfort without chafing or rough edges, it also doesn't produce startling sounds. Our lightweight cones let cats relax and nap without feeling restricted like their hard plastic counterparts.


When you first present your cat with a soft cone, be prepared for a range of reactions. Some cats may freeze in disbelief, while others might engage in an adorable, albeit futile, attempt to remove it immediately. The initial introduction is a moment of surprise and confusion for your furry friend. They may tilt their heads, give you a skeptical look, or even perform a dramatic "cone dance" as they try to make sense of this new addition.


Ease your cat into wearing the cone by introducing it gradually. If you are able, start by placing it near their favorite resting spot. Allow them to investigate and sniff it at their own pace. Associate the cone with positive experiences by offering treats, praise, or gentle chin scratches whenever your cat shows curiosity or approaches the cone willingly. This creates a positive association and helps them view the cone as something non-threatening.


Reward your cat with treats and praise when they are wearing the cone. Positive reinforcement reinforces good behavior and helps your cat understand that wearing the cone leads to rewards.


Create a cat-friendly and safe environment that accommodates the cone. Ensure their favorite toys, scratching posts, and cozy hiding spots are easily accessible, keeping everything at floor level to discourage jumping. Also, consider giving their covered litter box a temporary makeover. By removing the cover, you're granting easier access for your feline friend.


Getting your cat accustomed to a soft cone is a process that requires patience and understanding. Each cat adjusts at their own pace, so it's essential to remain patient, understanding, and loving throughout the journey. Provide reassurance and comfort with gentle strokes, calming words, and extra snuggles to let them know they are loved and supported. By gradually introducing the cone and using positive reinforcement, you can help your cat adapt to this new accessory and make the experience as stress-free as possible.

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