Leash Walking Kit

Sale price Price $49.50 Regular price $65.00

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Teach your cat to walk on a leash so you can spend more quality time together. 


  • Kitty Holster® cat harness. A soft, comfortable walking vest that secures with ultra-strong velcro closures to keep your cat safe and sound. The high-visibility safety vest assures your cat is easily seen both day and night.
  • A 10 ft long line made out of biothane, a strong, durable and easy to clean material. A longer line gives your cat more opportunity to explore.
  • A step-by-step online course to teach your cat how to be comfortable and happy in their harness. You have yearlong access to the course, so take your time and work through the lessons.

Measuring your cat for the Kitty Holster® cat harness

Girth (chest)
9" - 12"
13" - 17"
10" - 13"
16" - 20"

Instructions for measuring your cat


Step 1: Measure your cat, select your size and purchase the kit.

Step 2: Upon purchasing the course, you will receive a pdf that contains a link to your course. Enroll right away.

Step 3: Read through the material as you wait for your equipment to arrive.



Support: Email support is included in the course. If you have any trouble completing the course please email Julie, the instructor at hello@catschool.co.

Please note: The focus of this course is on harness training. Leash walking tips are available, but instructions for going on adventures, car rides, etc., are not included. If your cat is fearful of the outdoors, get in touch prior to enrolling. Once your cat is happy in the harness, send your specific questions about leash walking via email. 

Universal Terms of Service Agreement: By making payment and enrolling in the course the feline guardian acknowledges that no harness is 100% escape proof, and will not hold Cat School Cat Training liable for any incidences or injuries to their cat. Every cat is unique, therefore, the information should be utilized at the sole discretion of the cat handler. Please use extreme caution when taking your cat outside in a harness.

What Students Say:

@catherapyblog: "He used to run and hide when he heard the drawer open that housed his harness. Now he gets so excited when he sees his harness because he knows he's going to get his favorite food."


 teach your cat to walk on a leash