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What Colour Collar Should I Get My Cat?

It goes without saying that your kitty is a natural beauty, capable of rocking any cat collar shade! But when it comes to picking their perfect colour, you want to complement their eyes and fur, all while keeping their unique personality in mind. Let's break it down, shade by shade, and find the hue that will look great on your furry BFF.

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What colour collar for an orange cat?

If you're looking for the best collar colour for a ginger cat, we've got just the recommendation: delve into the realm of green hues. Green, in its various shades, not only complements the warm tones of your orange kitty, but also adds a touch of nature-inspired charm. Think earthy and mossy greens – these tones not only harmonise beautifully with their fur but also bring out the fiery spirit within.

For example, you might like to opt for a fresh and playful mint green to accentuate the vibrancy of your cat's orange fur. This choice radiates energy and pairs exquisitely with their warm tones.

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Or, if you're inclined towards a more sophisticated look, consider the deeper hue of an emerald green. This lush shade adds a touch of elegance to your cat's ensemble.

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Best collar colour for a black cat

When it comes to selecting the best collar colour for a black cat, you're presented with a fascinating opportunity to play with contrasts. You could go in one of two equally stylish directions. First, consider deep shades like burgundy that mirror the richness of their fur. This option adds an air of sophistication and blends seamlessly with their natural allure.

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Alternatively, go for bright shades like scarlet or rose, creating a striking pop that stands out against their black fur. The choice is yours – whether you opt for the deep, harmonious route or the bold, attention-grabbing one, your black cat is guaranteed to steal the spotlight in either shade.

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Best collar colour for a tuxedo cat

When it comes to styling your dapper tuxedo cat, you've got a world of collar colours at your fingertips. Tuxedo cats are like the fashionistas of the feline world – they can carry off anything with panache. For a touch of timeless elegance, consider a neutral cork tone that perfectly matches their classic look. 

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On the other hand, if you're aiming for a bolder statement, a vibrant scarlet collar is a fantastic choice.

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What colour collar for a calico cat?

With their signature patchwork coats of white, black and orange, you're really spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing a collar colour for your calico beauty. We particularly love our natural cork collar on calico kitties. The warm, earthy shades of natural cork echo their one-of-a-kind coat and will make everyone look twice. So, if you're all about celebrating their natural charm, our eco-friendly cork cat collar is the perfect choice for your calico cat!

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What colour collar for a grey cat?

Wondering about the best collar colour for your grey cat? You've got a world of colour options to explore, but here's one a chic option: pastel-coloured collars, like our fresh mint green or adorable rose pink. These vibrant colours really pop against their grey fur, creating a stunning contrast that's hard to miss.

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What colour collar for a tabby cat?

When it's time to style your charming tabby cat – those cool cats with unique stripes and swirls – think about complementing their coat with warm collar colours like scarlet, burgundy, or rose.

For a touch of rich sophistication, a burgundy is a classic choice that will make your tabby kitty look adorably elegant and refined!

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Or if you're drawn to a more playful and vibrant look, a rose-coloured collar is an excellent choice. This soft and charming hue brings a touch of sweetness to your tabby's appearance, enhancing their natural beauty in a subtle yet striking way. 

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Best colour collar for a white cat

When it's time to deck out your elegant white cat, you might like to lean into the monochrome magic by opting for a sleek black collar. This classic choice keeps things sleek and chic, mirroring their monochrome look with elegance.

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On the flip side, if you want to accentuate their cute pink ears and bring out their delicate charm, think about a rose pink collar. This soft and lovely hue adds a touch of playfulness that beautifully contrasts their pristine coat. 

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Best colour collar for a bengal cat

When it's time to add a touch of flair to your captivating bengal cat, you're entering a world of style possibilities. Whether your bengal kitty is a snow bengal or brown bengal, here's a brilliant idea that works across the board: a striking mint green collar.

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But that's not all – if you've got a magnificent brown Bengal, consider the natural cork collar. Its ability to perfectly camouflage on their coat is like a secret style weapon, blending in seamlessly and letting their distinctive patterns take center stage. 

Shop the CORK cat collar


Choosing the right collar colour isn't just about aesthetics; it's about celebrating your cat's individuality. Remember, you're the ultimate expert on your feline companion, so trust your instincts and let their personality guide you. With a splash of colour and a dash of love, you'll find that perfect breakaway cat collar that turns heads and lets your cool cat shine!

Leili Farzaneh

Leili Farzaneh

Leili Farzaneh is the co-founder of Supakit and accredited Animal Behaviour Technician (Member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors). She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from...

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