The best cat harness - by design

The only harness that prevents back-out escapes while allowing full range of motion.

These harnesses seemed safe for 2 months

Our kittens loved going outside and as they got bigger, they started to escape their harnesses.  We tried 11 types of “escape-proof” harnesses and none of them worked. It’s nerve-wracking, searching for a loose cat, worrying they’d get hurt.  Their happiness playing in the garden made us determined to let our cats enjoy the outdoors.  Through observation and experimentation, we developed a very different type of harness.  Hundreds of hours of testing prove our design to be safer and more escape-proof than anything else on the market.
Picture of kittens in the first harnesses they escaped from.
Our kittens loved being outside but learned to escape from these harnesses.
Dog harnesses are insecure for cats
This harness style is easy for cats to escape from

Most "cat" harnesses are designed for dogs.

Cats anatomy and movement is different than dogs. The way cats move is too. Cats leap at anything that moves. A cat’s shoulder is more mobile than a dog’s. If a cat panics or tries to escape they back up, squeeze their shoulder blades together, and squeeze out of all other designs. We solved the problem with our unique shape and closure that allows and encourages cats to jump, run, and play. 
The OutBound Harness allows freedom of movement, comfort, and safety. Even hands-free, the design is escape-proof, choke-proof, and comfortable. The closure is easy to adjust and secure.

The OutBound Cat Harness™ makes taking cats outside simple.

Standard cat harnesses are not safe or secure when tied to solid objects. If you take your cat outside you need to hold their leash and pay attention at all times. The OutBound Cat Harness™ is different. We know what cats can, and will do.  We made sure that anything a cat can do, won’t harm them. We tie our cats, keeping them supervised, but letting them roam the yard while we have our hands free. 
Our cats tethered outside the studio
Cats in OutBound Cat Harnesses safely tethered in the yard.

About the Maker

My life keeps bringing me back to helping make the lives of pets and their people easier and more enjoyable. In 1989 I wrote The Parrot Training Handbook (you can still find it on Amazon) and created a 64 page catalog of specialty supplies for Pet Parrots, I have since sold that business.

Years ago, I met my first Tonkinese cats. They are a bit dog-like, wanting to be with their people, friendly, smart and energetic and I knew I wanted to have a pair one day. Lucy and Gracie entered our life with high energy, sweetness and a fascination with the world outside. I've spent over a year designing and refining this harness - I'm super proud of it, and I really believe it will make you and your cats' lives richer and more fun. You AND your cat will love it or your money back.
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Jennifer Hubbard
Santa Fe, New Mexico