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Pet by AnnaEye Recovery Pet Cone E-Collar for Cats and Small Dogs - Comfortabe Flower Pattern Elizabethan Collar Pink S

$34.99$16.99FREE SHIPPING

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  • This flower petals design recovery collar is light in weight, soft and comfortable but may not cover all body part of the pet. Owner should monitor in the beginning as pet may chew the collar.Greats for cats and small Dogs recovering from surgery or wounds.
  • The velcro closure enables this dog cone easy to wear and adjust the tightness slightly.
  • The soft material makes this Cone of Shame can be bended when pets are eating and drinking, pets could eat and drink normally
  • Please make sure to measure the circumference, or distance around your dog's neck before selecting a size. Select an collar dog medical collar that is close in size to your pet's regular collar. A properly fitted collar should have enough space to allow you to insert two fingers between the collar and your pet's neck.


  • Product Review


    Guest

    My cat was more comfortable and at ease wearing this than the plastic hard e collar. My cat still walked weird but was less stressed wearing it. It's a must for anyone looking to put less discomfort or stress on there kitty having to wear an e collar. My cat weighs 12 lbs and the 7.8 neck fit her perfectly and on the plus side its adorable to look at.

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    Gma

    I used the cone for my cat. He is full grown but small. He's getting used to it now. He has an open wound on the top of his head next to his right ear. He kept scratching it and it was getting worse. The cone is flexible so he can go everywhere he went before. The only thing is, it's too deep for my little cat. I stapled down the "petals" by his eyes and chin. I left the ones by his ears alone. Now he has peripheral vision and can eat much easier. I would recommend this cone, but you may have to make some adjustments which is no big deal.

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    Emily La Sage

    Our poor cat had some sort of irritant and wouldn’t stop grooming herself. We didn’t want to pay an arm and a leg at the vet so we ordered this cone. It was awesome, she adjusted to it pretty quickly and even used it as a pillow. Never was able to reach her back to scratch and it all ended up healing in about a month. We’ve washed it twice and it’s held up well

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    D. magnuson

    I have a small young kitten who was spayed. She was so unhappy in her clear cone, banging into things and just feeling out of sorts. I immediately ordered this soft collar. It did take her a day or two to adjust since she couldn't see her feet and it also muffled how she heard things. Once she figured it out, she was good to go. She bops around, plays, sleeps, goofs off, and rolls with the punches. I look forward to taking it off for good next Wednesday, but I will be glad to have it should she need it in the future.

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    Eric Tse

    Best cone ever. Soft and flexible. And my cat could not take it off and does not hate it much.

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    Moochie

    What a wonderful and gentle e-collar. For the cat who has to wear one, this is the kindest way to prevent unwanted behavior whether it is excessive licking or picking at stitches. This is a very humane way to take care of your pet. They can sleep comfortably in it and can eat normally. The padded ‘petals’ are a soft alternative to those plastic cones.

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    Cat Mom

    My cat (Poe Kitty) had eye surgery. He's about 13# so I bought the larger size and it fit fine. This flower cone kept him from scratching at his eyes. He was able to eat his wet food while wearing it. His food did get on the cone but I was able to easily wipe it off though eventually you will want to machine wash the cone. For that reason I suggest buy two cones. The flower cone was definitely easier to manage getting on and off than the hard cone the vet at home. He was able to sleep comfortably in it as well because of it's soft structure. Poe Kitty is a pretty easy-going cat and didn't fight wearing the cone. If your feline is a pistol you might want to stick with the hard cone.

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    Ruzena Privett

    This is an awesome cone and we've liked it more than any of the other that we've used. Biggest bonus for us is that our cat has long hair and this one does NOT pinch and pull out his hair like the Comfy Cone did. Only reason I cant put it at a 5 star is because my cat has been able to claw puncture into the "petals" and there will be no way to fix the fraying and holes that have happened. Part of this is my fault for not always attaching all of the velcro strips and letting the flower petals hang over his shoulders sometimes (which works just as well for keeping him away from his back which is why I bought the cone) instead of actually being in a cone but I still feel like the outer material is kind of flimsy and not as durable as it could be. Either way, still love this cone and would absolutely buy again.

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    Guest

    I bought a size small and it was perfect for my 4 1/2 pound kitty who was getting neutered this week. He absolutely hated the plastic E-collar that he got from the vet! This flower cone is very soft and comfortable. I also like that the petals are not too large as to hinder his movements. That said, like any cone, it’s hard for him to eat or drink with it on. I just take it off while he’s eating. unfortunately nothing I can do about the water. He ends up dunking the bottom half of his flower into the water bowl, but I’m glad that the water doesn’t just seep down the cone as it would if it were plastic. I wring out as much of the water as I can with a towel after he’s had his fill! Overall great product :)Edit: He learned how to drink from the water bowl without getting wet! It helps to fill a larger/higher edge bowl all the way up to the rim so that he can keep the petals outside and stick his face over the water.

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    LadyE

    Amazingly, this worked on our most defiant cat. She had scratched herself above her eye, and wouldn’t let it heal, just kept scratching the scab off. It got bigger and ointment wasn’t working alone, so we tried this cone. She hated it, but wore it. We had to tighten it down past what I thought would be OK, but she could still eat and jump up on things, once we turned the collar so the petals laid down her back and chest. When it was over her face, traditional cone style, she couldn’t get to bowls and blind periphery upset her. Either way we flipped it, she had a very hard time getting it off, and eventually gave up trying. She did tear gashes into the thin parachute fabric it’s made of, but we washed/bleached in the clothes washer with towels and it didn’t fall apart. Didn’t think it would survive her when we ordered it, but it did exactly what we needed it to do. Face healed in about 5 days of wearing the cone with ointment on the wound.

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    Guest

    LOVE IT! We got the 9-12 inch for our pug coco and it's nice and sturdy yet it still is way easier for her to grab toys and rest her head on. Plus it's adorably hilarious!

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    Gina

    I have a Siamese who is already obsessed with being well groomed. She suddenly started excessively licking (fur off) & mowing (chewing fur off like lawnmower, you can feel it). I initially put collar on her (short neck, 3yr old, thick fur, 11lb, size small 9" neck) so material laid against her body & let her go. I had the straps ready to go & had neck as open as possible to slip over & adjust. I also had straps on outside so i could adjust. I had collar down as far it would go on neck & could get 1 - 2 fingers in between fur & collar, so not to choke her. Again she has thick fur & short neck. For about a minute she went down to her front knees like a horse & didnt move.! Then she got up & walked around, she would brush against walls trying to maybe get it off or she just miscalculated distance. She did well didn't freak, but had a hard time walking because material was long in front of her legs. (& she is a short kitty) She couldn't go up stairs or jump. While it was on her (for awhile) I flipped it so it was now being worn like it's supposed to be. She freaked cause now she couldn't really see anything. She moved much better & could jump. BUT other kitty was confused or perplexed & decided to keep jumping on her & screwing with her from behind & her sides. I decided to let other kitty "try it on" since she apparently thought it was funny. LOL, she was like a bucking bronco! Kicking up her back feet & running around, no likey! I put it back on Siamese, the right way, she did not fuss. When i removed collar i only loosened the neck strap. When i put it back on. It was easy because i just flipped collar outside in, & only had to tighten the neck strap. I also gave her some pet CBD oil (1st time). She walked around a bunch more, other kitty left her alone, just followed her & Siamese jumped on my lap & fell asleep. I took her to bed with me & she slept in collar. She looked very comfortable & left the bed & came back thru the nite. I took it off her in the morning. Licking has gotten less , when she starts over grooming, I say "no licky, you want mamma to put collar on again"? And she seems to. understand. (no I'm not a crazy cat lady). I am happy with the collar, think it is a bit pricey.

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    eliza

    Isaac is not a laid-back kitty, and there is no such thing as moderation in his world, so when he got an itchy spot on his chin, he scratched it enough that he opened a pretty large sore. We bought a soft cone with plastic windows at a local pet store, but he was able to pull it off several times a day, and the fabric rubbed enough that it always had fur stuck to it, so it was probably rubbing at the sore also.I searched for an alternative and found this cone. The first one I ordered, (the one in the photo), is a small (7”), which is a little too small - Isaac is a 14-15 lb kitty. It is pretty adjustable, so it’s not too tight around the neck, but it is a little short around his face - it crowds his whiskers and he can almost reach around it to scratch. However, it works much, MUCH better than the other cone. He can’t get it off, it can be flipped down for him to eat and drink more easily, and it doesn’t rub his fur at all. I should add that it’s half the price of the first one we bought at the store.So we ordered a size larger, (M, 7.8”), and it’s perfect. It fits well, he can’t take it off, and it doesn’t rub anywhere. I think the slippery fabric is ideal - it is gentle to the skin and fur, and makes it harder for him to grip when he’s trying to push it off. Also, it’s fairly easy to clean off, which is good since we are putting a topical cream on the cheek several times a day. It’s nicely padded so it’s (relatively) comfy to lie down in, and he can scratch at the outside without doing any damage to his cheek. The sore is finally healing, since he’s been unable to scratch it for a few days.He absolutely hates it, of course, but I rub a little catnip into it once a day, which at least distracts him from his misery. I would most definitely buy this again, and I recommend it highly to cat parents.

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    Xiaohan

    Good cone! But my cat hates it!

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    Jenifer K.

    So, I have a Main Coon, 4-month, kitten who got spayed this past Thursday. This little recovery e-collar is perfect! BUT, she perfected it! She actually pushed the little collar down so it lays like a clown collar which is even better. She can see and if she tries to lick her tummy the collar gets in the way. She is completely happy this way and has not tried to get it off. It completely makes all the difference. We have a top litter box and had to put a temporary tray litter box for easy. But she can sleep see and doesn't have a problem what so ever. It was recommended if your cat or dog tries to Houdini-ing out of an e-collar. A premie onsie may doe the trick for a kitten under 4-months.

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    June Bug

    I got this for my 7 months old kitty to wear as she healed from being spayed as the Hard cone just made it too hard for her to eat bc of her flat face. This soft cone was lighter on her neck so it was easier for her to hold her head up and get her head into her food dish. My only complaint is that for a small kitty, the length of the cone is perhaps too long. It made it hard for her to walk bc it was so long and the bottom dragged on the ground. Also, it made getting into her litter box hard and I had to constantly wipe it off after she used the box bc it would drag through her poo as she tried to burry her piles. If it was just a smidgen shorter it could be even better. But she looked adorable in it and it was easier for her to sleep.

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    nuisance

    My cat was miserable with the plastic e-collar and so was I. Saddest thing I've ever seen. He was so disoriented for days. He weighs 12 lbs. and I got this in the 7.5-9. I thought it would be too large but it fit perfectly. Seemed a wee bit loose but it worked. He loved it and never tried to remove it.He was back to normal and cute, too! His surgery was on the upper right side on his chest so this prevented him from licking it but he could lick his legs/paws. Washed it and air-dried it after I removed it and it looks new.

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    Colleen

    We had our almost 6 month old cat “Bonnie” spayed and she was sent home with a clear e-collar to wear for 14 Days. The vets e-collar was plastic and clearly uncomfortable. Bonnie is just 5 lbs and this collar easily adjusted so well, she hasn’t tried to pull it off. She can still eat, play, potty etc. and she can’t reach her stitches. I recommend this type of e-collar.

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    Ria Bes

    Not only was my cat adorable in this, she loved it after having the hard, plastic cone from the Vet's office. I ended up turning this into a photo shoot since it was so cute. This is very high quality,made very well and super silky soft. My baby didn't even complain about it, and I think that she secretly thought it was a princess cone! Great product!!!

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    BnB

    First things first, I am a veterinary professional and run a non-profit animal rescue. I have worked with every type of e-collar out there for cats including the hard plastic variety and the soft tie variety. This worked very well and better, in my opinion, than those typically carried by veterinary offices. I got the small blue for my 8# cat who regularly has tumors removed from his body and recently had a rear leg amputated.Some people have stated that this product does not keep cats from licking their back feet, but it does if you properly fit the collar. As well, kittens may have issues with eating, walking or using a litter box but adults will likely do just fine. You can flip this collar forwards or backwards (if you flip it backwards they can reach their feet). The cat pictured is a fearful recovering street cat and everything scares him (including the sound of plastic collars hitting or dragging the ground). This one works well because it's plush, he can sleep in it and he can still get around the house normally. As a veterinary professional, I highly recommend this collar. It also goes well through the washer and dryer unlike the paper/tie variety that are common in veterinary offices. The best part is that they're well-made and roughly the same price as the variety your vet carries. You can buy one for a cat and keep it on hand for YEARS. I highly, highly recommend this product!

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