Bling cat collars are the must-have accessory for cool looking cats.
Let’s be honest, cats are cute. But cats with cool sparkly collars are even cuter.
The cat collar accessory market is huge. Whether you’re looking for a kitty bow tie, rhinestone cat collars, anything that says ‘bling’, or even a genuine Swarovski crystal collar – it’s all available.
In this article, I’ve summarized some of the coolest bling cat collars available on Amazon. Take a look and let me know what you think!
- Quick Comparison: Best Bling Cat Collars
- A Closer Look at Some Awesome Bling Cat Collars
- Why Give Your Cat a Fancy Rhinestone Cat Collar?
- Keep Safety in Mind When Choosing a Collar
- Should You Buy a Real Diamond, Diamante, or Rhinestone Cat Collar?
Quick Comparison: Best Bling Cat Collars
A Closer Look at Some Awesome Bling Cat Collars
East Side Collection Nylon Rhinestone Cat Collar
This East Side Collection Nylon Rhinestone Cat Collar, 3/8-Inch looks great on a proud kitty who wants a dark and subtle strap, offset with some sparkly stones.
It’s available in a few different colors if the black isn’t working for you and your kitty. So, don’t worry you’ll find the color you’re looking for to color coordinate.
Rhinestone collars are the next best thing to real stones. They look realistic, and should your cat come home missing a collar that’s been lost up a tree somewhere you’re not going to freak out.
This collar comes attached with a jingling bell too. So you’ll be able to hear your cat running home for feeding time, and the local wildlife can rest safe.
BingPet Soft Velvet Bling Collar
Personally, I really like the design of this collar with the thick band of three lines of stones. This is going to make your cat stand out from the crowd for all the right reasons, and it’s a decent safety measure at night too!
This collar from BingPet screams rock star. On a side-note, iti’s adjustable from 8″-10″. No excuses for overwight cats not to wear some bling.
It’s available in red, blue, pink, purple, and black. So they got most people covered depending on you and your cats personal preferences.
Pet Supply Imports Velveteen Jeweled Collar
If you’re looking for a collar with plenty of shine but a little lighter on the stones. This Pet Supply Imports Velveteen Jeweled Cat Collar might just be exactly what you’re looking for.
As you can see from the image, it has a band of stones in the middle of the collar going across the front of the neck.
It’s one of the more popular collars. Available in a decent amount of colors and neck sizes, you can find the look and size for cats and dogs of various sizes.
The fabric is a soft velvet, which adds a little extra class. There is a safety breakaway mechanism should your cat get the collar caught on something, but no bell to warn birds they are approaching.
SKL Hot Pink Rhinestone Cat Collar
This SKL collar has a cute little heart shaped pendant and bling embedded in the buckle. Not a choice for the butch manly cat, that’s for sure!
Don’t forget to check the size with your cat’s neck on the sales page. They sell it in 4 different sizes, and you want to get the best fit possible.
If you have a female cat this one gets my vote. Or, why not buy it for someone else as a gift. I’m sure they’ll thank you.
Crocodile PU Leather Sparkling Rhinestone Cat Collar
Just when you thought you had seen the most bling-tastic collar out there. This Crocodile PU Leather Bling Brilliant Sparkling Flashy Rhinestone Cat Collar has about as many stones in a collar as you’ll see.
If cats could talk I’m sure they’d ask for this collar. Any cat wearing this is going to be the boss in their neighborhood (either that or get bullied).
But cats can’t talk, so we have to do our part and make smart decisions for them. Which for a lot of owners, includes strapping this collar on their kitty for them to show it off.
BlingPet Soft Velvet Cat Necklace Collar with Pearls and Crystals
This BingPet Soft Velvet Cat Necklace Collar With Pearls and Crystals is something a little different from all collars with rows of stones in featured above.
As you can see from the image, this collar also has a row of pearls. I think it gives the collar (and the cat wearing it) a more sophisticated look.
Think of this on a Burmese, Tonkinese, or Siamese cat. They are going to look awesome.
It’s available in plenty of colors, sizes, and so on. And, on the safety side, you don’t need to worry about the pearls getting in the way, they’re woven in pretty close.
Why Give Your Cat a Fancy Rhinestone Cat Collar?
Why not give them a fancy rhinestone cat collar that has plenty of bling?
On a serious note, you should only give your cat accessories they are comfortable with. Any cat familiar with wearing a collar will be fine with any of the collars I’ve featured above however. None of them have any stones or accessories that will feel any different to them than a normal collar.
There’s nothing wrong with giving your cat a little bling to make them stand out from the crowd. Cats are cute animals and the right collar helps them look and feel awesome – so go for it!
One thing I will say as a side note is to not forget about fleas. None of these bling collars are flea collars. If you need a flea collar, check out my review of the Seresto flea and tick collar, which is the best flea control cat collar on the market in my opinion.
Keep Safety in Mind When Choosing a Collar
Picking a collar with plenty of bling on is fine, but I wanted to just throw out a reminder about safety when choosing and using cat collars.
First of all, it’s vitally important that the collar fits properly. This means you should be able to slip 2 fingers between the collar and your cat’s neck when it’s on.
If a collar is too loose you run the risk of it getting caught on something and putting stress on your cat’s neck as they try to scramble free.
It a collar is too tight you run the risk of restricting your cats breathing, as well as causing them discomfort, particularly when they are eating and drinking.
Should You Buy a Real Diamond, Diamante, or Rhinestone Cat Collar?
You may have noticed some collars say they have diamante or rhinestones in them, I can explain the differences for you.
Rhinestones are imitation diamonds typically used to decorate jewelry at a fraction of the cost of a real diamond.
Diamante means jewelry decorated with glass cut to resemble diamonds, again at a fraction of the cost of real diamonds.
These are both perfect for cat collars because not only do they look a lot like real diamonds (not to the trained eye I can admit), they are also inexpensive.
The only time I would ever advise buying a collar with real diamonds would be for a show cat where you can keep a close eye on it!
Cats have a habit of breaking, losing, damaging, and ruining collars. Think carefully before spending a decent amount on a collar, espcially if you have an outdoors cat.