Hello there! I adopted my lil' guy Milo a few weeks ago. He's a fantastic kitty, and I love him to bits and pieces. When I first got him, I bought a collar (with glow in the dark skulls fyi ) so he could eventually wear it. I wasn't planning on introducing it until I felt like he was starting to gain a lot of confidence in the house, but surprise surprise, he was confident from the start. But I still wanted to wait... Anyways, as any cat would, he got curious about the front door and where it leads. He can't see outside of it (since it's just a solid door with no screen) so it figures that he MUST know what's behind it. Luckily I was able to push him back with my foot before he ran out. It scared me, and that's when I started to try and get Milo used to wearing the collar. He's fine with it as long as the bell is off (which is being replaced by his microchip tag and a name tag), and right now I have it loose. He protests a little when he realizes what I'm doing, and once he has it on he's fine so I give him a treat. The problem is that since it's loose, when he goes down to lick himself it either bumps his chin or it gets caught in his mouth. I have tried to tighten it up on him, and swats at me (for obvious reasons) but I can't size him without it on. I'm afraid that I'm making it a "bad" experience for him and he won't want to wear a harness in the future even though I think he will benefit from supervised outside exploration. Do you have any advice on how I should approach this?